Charlie Sheen’s ‘drug speech’ at college gets a standing ovation
Melbourne: Charlie Sheen spoke to a group of UCLA College students about drugs and received a standing ovation in return.
Sheen was at the college campus for some baseball practice with MLB stars Coco Crisp, Eric Davis, Brandon Watson and Milton Bradley, reports TMZ.
UCLA head coach John Savage then asked the troubled actor to talk to his team about drug use.
"Stay off the crack. Drink a chocolate milk,” News.com.au quoted him as advising the students.
The star of the hit CBS show ‘Two and a Half Men’ was rushed to hospital last month after an alleged 36-hour cocaine and drinking bender.