Fifteen years ago, Charlie Sheen wasn't exactly the most well-behaved person in Hollywood, but he hadn't quite achieved the level or notoriety he has today. But according to Robert Schwartz, a man who was lucky enough to be a bartender of Sheen's in the mid-1990s, the writing was on the wall.
Schwartz writes in The Daily Beast that after selling Sheen his hotel-issued name tag for $100, serving him his drink, having Sheen fling a Yankees hat at his head, "I smelled smoke. Not cigarette smoke. Fire smoke. I looked over to see Charlie holding a lighter and a $10 bill, which he had just ignited." And Schwartz's story only gets better from there. Read the whole piece here.