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article imageCharlie Sheen offered $3 million to represent dating website

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By Owen Weldon
May 23, 2011 in Entertainment
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The former "Two and a Half Men" star, Charlie Sheen, has been reportedly offered big money to be the face of an online dating website.
Earlier this year Sheen infamously set up house with two women, Natalie Kenly and Bree Olson, but now he has apparently been approached by Establishedmen.com to be the face of an upcoming campaign for their site. The site matches need women with rich men.
According to Toronto.com, the dating website wants Sheen to become their president. As president, Sheen would be in charge of sales, advertisements and promotions.
There also seems to be a clause in Sheen’s contract that says Sheen cannot be fired for any rude outbursts.
According to Celebdirtylaundry, Sheen was offered three million dollars to be the face of the dating site’s marketing campaign. If Sheen accepts the job then he would have a contract that would require him to work for the company for at least three years.
According to the Dailystar, if Sheen accepts the job then he would have to relocate to Toronto, Canada. Friends of Sheen say that Sheen will probably not move from Los Angeles to Toronto.
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