In the scheme of things, a stolen car is the least of Charlie Sheen’s issues.
It was OnStar, the remote service that keeps tabs on owners and their cars, that alerted the sleeping TV star that his Benz had been jacked from his home.
“Extra” has obtained video of Charlie Sheen laughing and describing Friday’s incident where his Mercedes-Benz was stolen and later found at the bottom of a ravine.
On Friday evening, Sheen talked to cameras outside of the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, Calif., where his show “Two and a Half Men” is filmed.
“How do I put this? Somebody stole it from my driveway and then pushed it off a cliff,” Sheen said with a chuckle.
He continued, “That’s pretty much it in a nut shell and it’s an interesting way to start your day! Luckily nobody was hurt.”
The bemused actor added, “I never thought I would be faced with a reality as such but just when you thought you’ve seen everything, things like this happen. It keeps life interesting I suppose.”
The LAPD is currently investigating the case and it is being treated as an auto theft investigation. Interestingly, a Bentley was also found ditched near where Sheen’s car had been recovered.
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