Charlie Sheen is telling "Entertainment Tonight" that he gave Lindsay Lohan money and never received a thank you.
The two worked together on "Scary Movie 5," scheduled for release in April, 2013. Sheen did not specify the amount he gave Lohan, but an ABC report says the amount could be as high as $100,000.
"She got shorted and I found out so I said, 'Here,'" said Sheen. "I'm still waiting for a text to say thank you, anything."
TMZ and the New York Daily News reported that Lohan's bank accounts were recently seized by the IRS because she owes taxes. The report also says Lohan used Sheen's money to help pay for those taxes.
A few weeks ago Lohan was charged with assault and lying to the cops and assault.
Sheen, who is also notorious for making headlines for reasons other than his acting, told ET he had the following advice for the troubled starlet: "To lead with humor."
Do you think Lohan will thank Sheen for the money?
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