Murder – Add This To The List Of Things Charlie Sheen Has Been Accused Of

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Everyone knows Charlie Sheen has not been the most ethical person in the world- with the drugs, boozing, and large sexual appetite. The most recent to top the list is to be held accountable is for murder. Baseball player Lenny Dykstra (below) is a former friend of Sheen’s, who has also had a colorful past, and is the one to claim that Sheen murdered his 50 year old ex assistant, Rick Calamaro, over blackmail he had on Sheen- the accusation was that Sheen had been having sex with people and spreading HIV knowingly.

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Calamaro was found dead in his own apartment July 1st 2012 of accidental opioid overdose on fentanyl. It turns out Calamaro had been suffering from anxiety and depression for a while and may have not been coping in the best ways imaginable. In the Hollywood Reporter they stated:

L.A. native Calamaro — known for his years as the phone-glued-to-his-ear partner at A-list velvet rope clubs like Holly’s and Ivar — was discovered July 1 by his maid, lying face up in his bed beside a bottle of Jack Daniel’s, in his longtime Fairfax district apartment. The autopsy report listed “very high” levels of Fentanyl, the powerful opioid, and noted that Calamaro, 50, had suffered from depression and had been taking a mixture of prescription medication for pain and anxiety. “Based on the history and circumstances, as currently known,” the autopsy concluded, “the manner of death is accident.”

Calamaro extended his gatekeeping instinct at times to Sheen’s social circle, eventually earning the enmity of Dykstra, who grew convinced that Calamaro was working on a tell-all. “Before I went [to jail], I said, ‘Dude, this guy, he is writing a fucking book, you got to fire him,’” recalls Dykstra (while freely admitting he himself later served as an unnamed source for the Enquirer).

After he got out of jail, says Dykstra, he asked Sheen, “What the fuck happened to Calamaro?” who had overdosed while Dykstra was in prison. “He said, ‘You mean Dead Rick? What fucking happened is the motherfucker tried to blackmail me just like you said — wanted $5 million. I had him fucking iced.’ He said he had a hot dose put in there,” using slang for a lethal intravenous injection prepared for an unsuspecting victim. (Dykstra again offers no proof his recollection is accurate, and Sheen’s current lawyer, Shane Bernard, issued a denial of the allegations, noting Dykstra’s “laundry list of crimes” and asserting that his “disturbing, vile and outright ridiculous claims” are unreliable.)

So, no one really knows the truth on the matter but it turns out that murder is just one thing that Sheen might be able to cross off the list of things he can get away with. Perhaps it’s just his “winning” spirit that pulls him through these dark times.

Speaking of Sheens and nostalgia from the 90’s, a Mighty Duck T.V. series might be in the works but Emilio Estevez might not be apart.

Hello, I'm Karla! I like nature and I dabble in drawing and painting. I also enjoy horror movies and video games. I aspire to be a freelance writer so this is a wonderful opportunity to do so. I live in New York and go to Stony Brook University for a major in Asian American Studies and minoring in English and Japanese Studies.

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