Charlie Sheen Admits to Using Steroids While Filming 'Major League'

The actor told Sports Illustrated that he took drugs for the role in 1989: "You can print this, I don't give a f**k"

There's very little Charlie Sheen can do or say at this point that's going to shock anybody. But, once again, the former Two and a Half Men star has managed to reveal some information that has us shaking our heads. 

In a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, the 45-year-old actor admits that he used anabolic steroids while preparing for his role in the 1989 baseball flick Major League.

"Let's just say that I was enhancing my performance a little bit," Sheen said. "It was the only time I ever did steroids. I did them for like six or eight weeks."

And, of course, Sheen was just fine with letting the world know that he juiced up for the part as pitcher Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn. "You can print this, I don't give a f**k," he said. "My fastball went from 79 to like 85."

As Sheen shops a new sitcom, you would he might try to put a forth some sort of professional persona. But we know better. When it comes to Charlie, it see, ms that the crazier and more outrageous he is, the more people want him.

And rumor has it that Chuck Lorre and the writers of Two and a Half Men are looking for ideas on how to kill off Sheen's character Charlie Harper. Maybe they could use this recent revelation as inspiration and have the womanizer die from a steroid overdose?

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