Charlie Sheen's Car Driven Over a Cliff -- Again!

Someone certainly has it out for Charlie Sheen's cars. For the second time in four months, a Mercedes-Benz belonging to the Two and a Half Men star was driven off a cliff and into a ravine in the Hollywood Hills, according to E! News. A spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department stated that at approximately 2:50 a.m., they received a call about the bizarre occurrence.

Responders on the scene found no one in the car, and only after running the tags did they realize the vehicle belonged to the notoriously troubled Sheen, 46, who was reportedly in his home at the time of the incident. The car, which has since been impounded, was in Sheen's driveway the day before. There are currently no suspects.

Back on Feb. 5, police hauled another one of Sheen's crashed Mercedes from the same area. Officer Gregory Beck told E!, "It's very identical (to the previous incident) and even the location was nearby. Mr. Sheen spoke with PD but he has no idea (who may have taken the car)...."

Charlie's rep Stan Rosenfield -- who responded to People after the first incident, "Charlie's fine" -- was reportedly unavailable for comment regarding this bizarre repeat auto crash.

The last time this happened, it was presumed that the damaged car was stolen by a stranger and crashed while on a joy ride. So could this all just be one crazy coincidence or is someone deliberately messing with Charlie's wheels?

What (or who) do you think is behind Charlie Sheen's stolen cars? Chime in below!

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