One-time bad boy Bret Michaels is taking credit for teaching Charlie Sheen how to properly bust up a hotel room, in a new video interview.
“I professionally showed [Charlie] how to bust a hotel room. Because he wasn’t doing a good job at it first,” Bret told Access Hollywood Live on Friday.
You can watch it here on RadarOnline.com.
Michael said: “He was kind of learning. I said, ‘You gotta really let it out man! You gotta let it out and bust this stuff.”
The Poison front man said he and Charlie have known each other a long time and he even directed the former Two and a Half Men actor in 1998’s A Letter from Death Row and No Code of Conduct.
“He showed me how to do films and make money, and I showed him out to lose a lot of money by smashing up hotel rooms,” Bret said.
“I know right now there’s a lot of crazy stuff going on, but he’s a great guy… I don’t know if he’s winning or losing…maybe he’s just spilling out what he’s going through right now.”
Since being fired from his hit CBS show earlier this month, Charlie has been a one-man-show of bizarre Internet tirades and interviews – and even debuted a short film!
“There’s a lot of frustration in this business that we do, you’re under the microscope,” Bret said.
“He’s going out there and doing his thing, I don’t know if you win or lose… He’s always been a good friend to me.”