Charlie Sheen Donates $10K To Pal’s Poker Charity Event

By Amber GoodhandRadar Reporter

Charlie Sheen isn’t just a “winner” — he’s a giver too.

The former Two and a Half Men star showed his support for best friend Tony Todd’s baseball program and charity event by donating $10,000, has exclusively learned.

“Charlie’s donation of $10,000 means everything to me and to our baseball program,” Tony told in an exclusive interview.

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“He had wanted to offer more, but I said that is way too much. This is the side of him that the media does not know about. He is always there trying to help others who are less fortunate.”

Tony is putting on the Samohi Baseball Charity Poker and Auction event this Saturday at the Moose Lodge in Santa Monica with proceeds going to Santa Monica High School baseball — where Charlie was once a star pitcher.

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“As his best friend I have witnessed his generosity for many years,” Tony said. “There will be a bunch of ex athletes and actors showing up to help the kids.”

Charlie will be attending the event this weekend, along with former athletes and actors such as Kenny Lofton, Deidre Hall, Christina DeRosa, Adam Rose, Derek Lee and Tim Leary.

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If you want to play some poker, rub elbows with the celebs and help a good cause, tickets are available here.


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