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Friday 27 May 2016

Sheen: Lohan welcome back on Anger set

Published 13/04/2013

Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan
Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan

Charlie Sheen has offered Lindsay Lohan the chance to reprise her role on his American sitcom Anger Management.

The 26-year-old actress made a cameo on the FX show earlier this month.

She got off to a great start on the first day of shooting but Charlie recently admitted it all went downhill from there.

Lindsay arrived four hours late on her second day and left with jewellery from the set, the actor told Late Show host David Letterman this week.

Despite the hiccups, Charlie said she’s welcome back anytime.

“She can do an arc. She can come back. Whatever she wants,” he told Extra.

Lindsay will have to put a hold on any acting work starting May 2.

The actress is due to check into a stay rehab facility to meet the terms of her plea deal in her reckless driving case.

Charlie went as Lindsay’s date on Thursday night to the Hollywood premiere of their new comedy Scary Movie 5.

The actor has struck up a friendship with the actress, even loaning her $100,000 to put toward a delinquent tax bill.

Addressing Lindsay’s critics, Charlie said people just need to give the actress some time to find her way.

“I'm not protective. I'm just the guy asking people to give her some space,” he explained. “When you are that talented, that young, your adulthood is going to be a little tricky.”

The actor has had his own struggles with substance abuse.

Charlie has some advice for the star before she begins treatment.

“Bring a good book ‘cause that place sucks,” he mused. “You want the truth? You get it from me.”

Lindsay said at the premiere she is looking forward to moving on with her life. Her health and getting back to work are paramount.

“I'm taking care of myself and that's all that matters,” she said.

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