Charlie Sheen 'Lohan's date for premiere'

Charlie Sheen will be Lindsay Lohan’s date for the Scary Movie 5 premiere tomorrow.

The stars famously filmed a love scene for the latest instalment of the spoof franchise. It has now been reported that they will arrive at the Los Angeles event together on Thursday.

“Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen will attend the movie together, and walk the red carpet together,” a source told New York Post. “Imagine your date for the evening being Charlie Sheen just a few days you are meant to report for rehab.”

There is speculation that this will be Lindsay’s last public appearance before she enters rehab.

The 26-year-old actress has until May 2 to seek treatment after being sentenced to 90 days in a facility in connection to a car crash last year.

Appearing on US TV show Late Show with David Letterman on Tuesday, Lindsay insisted that her imminent spell in rehab is a “blessing, not a curse”.

She is believed to have selected the Seafield Centre in Westhampton Beach, New York. Although inpatients can’t be stopped from leaving, the facility has a 24-hour security team complete with staff guarding the doors and surveillance cameras. According to TMZ, her 90-day stay at the centre will cost $51,750.

Lindsay is reportedly having a special treatment programme created as a usual stay at the facility is 28 days. The actress will have to follow a series of rules - tobacco and cell phones are banned at the facility.

Scary Movie 5 bosses are hoping tomorrow’s premiere will go without a hitch.

It’s been claimed Lindsay – who has earned a reputation for being late - has been warned she must arrive on time.

There was also speculation that she “disgusted” Charlie with her behaviour on the set of his TV show Anger Management.

Charlie has been supportive of Lindsay during her recent legal woes. After giving her a cameo role on his sitcom, he hailed the troubled actress an “absolute genius”.

However, it seems Lindsay failed to live up to Charlie’s praise. After initially impressing the cast and crew by arriving on time and delivering her lines for Anger Management, she was late to set on subsequent days and reportedly threw a tantrum after being asked to stay late to re-shoot some scenes.

It was even alleged Lindsay had vomited in the parking lot of the TV set and took home pieces of her wardrobe without permission.

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