Charlie Sheen Says He’s Getting Surgery to Fix the Sagging Skin on His Neck

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The one-and-only Charlie Sheen is back—both with a new sitcom and a just-booked plastic-surgery procedure.

“I’m focused, laser-focused…on a physical trait of mine,” the 58-year-old Sheen shared with Deadline while talking his new show, Bookie. “And I’m like, I need to fix that. It was my neck. I’m looking at it and I look like when a really heavy person loses all the weight and their neck is still kind of a…turkey gobbler. It’s a saggy, flappy thing. I’m looking at that going, holy f*cking sh*t. It looks like that.”

The former Two and a Half Men star went on to continue that he didn’t stall when making moves to fix what ailed him: “This is Monday night…I could have stayed upset about it or I could get right into solution. So I see this on Monday night, and Tuesday morning, I’m on the phone with a doctor scheduling this thing…

It was either that or go shopping for turtlenecks. I’m doing it in two weeks. In two weeks. But the next morning I was like, I didn’t want to see that again. And people shouldn’t have to look at that. It’s the disadvantage of not being on camera for 10 years. I see myself in the mirror every day and I’m like, alright, things have held together. This is the dialogue we have with ourselves in the morning. Yeah, this’ll have to do. But I saw that and I was like, wow, the last decade, not so friendly. So…

And I’m not implanting anything. I am smoothing some sh*t out. Yeah. It really bothered me.”

While there’s no official word on exactly what procedure Sheen is having done, according to the Aesthetic Society, a necklift “enhances the appearance of your neck by raising and tightening loose and sagging skin for a slimmer, smoother-looking neck.”

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