Lindsay Lohan to Appear on Charlie Sheen’s Anger Management

wenn200047221Is your acting career officially over when you take parts playing yourself?  Because if so, Lindsay Lohan is a goner.  The red-headed trouble magnet has accepted a role on Charlie Sheen’s Anger Management and will be playing herself.  In the series Lindsay finds herself in need of some Anger Management and winds up in Charlie’s group sessions.  The guest stint also calls for Lindsay’s “Character” to have a romantic Romp with Charlie.

Back in 2012, Charlie Sheen made headlines when he cut Lindsay a check to help with her highly publicized financial trouble.  Things have gotten worse since then with Lindsay moving back in with her mother.  I suppose this gig on Anger Management is his way of extending her a hand yet again.  Of course if the tabloids are to be believed Lindsay’s career is pretty much unsalavagable at this point with the actress creating a bad reputation for herself on the set of practically anything she’s worked on in recent years.

Who knows, maybe Lindsay will bounce back on Charlie’s set.

 

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