Viewpoint school in Calabasas hires more security guards to patrol on the campus ground as the 'Anger Management' actor refuses to retract his threat.
Viewpoint school has reportedly tightened up security on the campus ground after Charlie Sheen called for help from his 9-million Twitter followers to seek revenge on the alleged bullying his 9-year-old daughter received while attending the school. The actor asked his devotees to attack the school with rotten eggs and dog poops among other unhygienic things.
Rumor has it, Charlie's daughter with ex-wife Denise Richards, Sam, was bullied out of the school last year. TMZ reports Denise had 3 meetings at the school to complain about the bullying, but to no avail. The mother met with the parents of the alleged bully during the third meeting last May, only to be told that Sam was a liar. Denise then pulled her little girl out of the school.
"If you have a rotted egg, a roll of toilet paper or some dog s**t; I urge u to deliver it with 'extreme prejudice' to their KamPuss run by trolls and charlatans," Charlie recently tweeted, before naming the alleged bully, "And if your feeling the 'show and tell' of it all, smear the s**t to spell one name on the front door; VICTORIA. eat that loser."
In response, the private school in Calabasas issued a statement, "Viewpoint School's highest priority is the safety, security and education of our students. Like all responsible schools across our nation, we are concerned when any individual uses a social media forum to encourage actions that may risk the safety and security of any school."
Without mentioning Charlie's name, the school admitted the student in question hadn't attended the school since March 2012. "Our administrators addressed the issue appropriately at that time. Our School takes accusations of bullying very seriously," it insisted. "For over 50 years, Viewpoint School has provided a safe and nurturing environment for our students to thrive, and we will continue to do so."
Meanwhile, despite the controversy surrounding his threat, Charlie is unapologetic about his rants. "They needed a visual reminder not to forget the epidemic of bullying," the "Anger Management" actor tells TMZ. "There's no statute of limitations on bullying."
Police has also been sent to the school and no problems were found.