Charlie Sheen has a lot in common with his personal chef — drugs.
The Anger Management star's personal chef, Khristianne Uy, has a rap sheet and prior arrest record that includes felony charges of possession of drugs and intent to sell drugs — including meth — RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
The 31-year-old chef, who has appeared on reality-TV shows such as The Real L Word, and Millionaire Matchmaker, and is currently featured as a contestant on ABC's The Taste, was arrested by the Culver City, Calif. police department in 2007 and charged with three felony counts of possession of meth and one felony count of possession of marijuana with the intent to sell.
"Watch my personal chef @chefkla on The Taste tonight at 8pm on ABC," Charlie tweeted on January 22.
Khristianne pled guilty to the single charge of felony possession of meth and the three other charges were dismissed.
The personal chef was sentenced to two years in state prison, but it was suspended, and she only had to serve one day in county jail. Khristianne paid about $600 in various fines and was placed on three years of probation, as well as 30 days of community service that included graffiti removal, beach clean-up and Caltrans maintenance.
Interestingly, Khristianne's probation restrictions stated, "Do not associate with drug users or sellers."
As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported last November, her boss Charlie is an admitted drug user — favoring cocaine.
On September 8, 2010, Khristianne successfully completed her probation, the guilty conviction was set aside and the case was dismissed.
And Charlie isn't Khristianne's only celeb clientele - she lists previous gigs on her website with director and producer James Cameron, fitness guru Tracy Anderson, actresses Selma Blair and Abbie Cornish and even the Royals of Saudi Arabia!