With rumors swirling that Charlie Sheen is rapidly blowing through his bank account, he may not be the best person to be giving away money -- or financial advice. But one lucky fan got both at Charlie's April 10 Torpedo of Truth show in NYC. After giving front-row fan Mike Zandman $100 during his show, the unemployed Two and a Half Men star offered words of wisdom backstage. "Charlie said, 'Oh good, drinks are on me tonight!'" Mike, 35, of NYC, exclusively tells Life & Style. "Then he took one of the $20 bills, asked my name, wrote 'M -- spend it all' and signed it."
Life & Style got a glimpse of the $20 bill (above), and now expert Bart Baggett, author of Handwriting Analysis 101 (http://handwritinguniversity.com) says Charlie's handwriting shows several key things about his personality, most notably that he's a borderline genius and self-destructive. "The writing shows that he displays the super-fast thinking of a borderline genius," Bart tells Life & Style. "The block printing equals excessive masculine traits, and analysts would argue that crossing out one's name like Charlie did is self-destructive."
Charlie handed five 20s to Mike, who owns The Hill in NYC, after he asked how much remained of the troubled actor's fortune and if he could have some. The act drew loud cheers from the entire audience. "Everyone is asking me for the 20s, and one guy even offered me $500 for the signed bill," says Mike. "But I plan on keeping the money -- not spending it."
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