Mel Gibson, Charlie Sheen, Chris Brown, David Boreanaz are just four examples of bad celebrities – people embroiled in scandals and accusations of harassment or violence against women.
According to a police report, actor Charlie Sheen’s wife, Brooke Mueller says her husband Charlie Sheen sat on her, strangled her, and held a knife to her throat on Christmas day. Charlie Sheen was arrested on Christmas Day after Brooke Mueller, his third wife, told police he had pulled a knife on her and threatened to have her killed; Sheen pleaded guilty to misdemeanor third degree assault and could have gotten 3 years in jail but a judge sentenced Sheen to a 30-day jail term, and was ordered to undergo 36 hours of counseling on domestic violence. Sheen will receive credit for time already spent in rehab and so he avoids any jail time.
Should we ban bad celebrities?
Alan Stock, host of the afternoon show on 840 KXNT Las Vegas interviews Celebrity Life Coach, Human Behavior & Relationship Expert Patrick Wanis, PhD for insights into bad celebrity behavior; why do they engage in this behavior? Should we look up to celebrities as morally worthy role models? Patrick Wanis PhD says that we should separate the art from the artist but also adds that there needs to be a limit. Patrick Wanis also identifies favoritism and vested interest i.e. money and profits in the Charlie Sheen scandal.
Click here to read the transcript of this interview: charlie-sheen-ban-bad-celebrities/
Anointed “The Woman Expert” by WGN Chicago, Patrick Wanis PhD is a renowned Celebrity Life Coach, Human Behavior & Relationship Expert who developed SRTT therapy (Subconscious Rapid Transformation Technique) and is teaching it to other practitioners. Wanis’ clientele ranges from celebrities and CEOs to housewives and teenagers. CNN, BBC, FOX News, MSNBC & major news outlets worldwide consult Wanis for his expert insights and analysis on sexuality, human behavior and women’s issues. Wanis is the first person ever to do hypnotherapy on national TV – on the Montel Williams show.