Sheen Raises Thousands For Bipolar Charity

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April 18, 2011 | 11:20am EST

Charlie Sheen raised thousands of dollars for a bipolar disorder charity last week with his sponsored walk and a live auction at his show in Toronto, Canada.
The actor – who famously insisted he is “bi-winning” not bipolar – hit the city’s streets on Friday with hundreds of fans and took donations in aid of Canada’s Organization for Bipolar Affective Disorders.

He went on to raise more than $3,000 by hosting an auction during his live show that night, selling off a number of items to audience members, including a Toronto Blue Jays jersey which went for $1,000 and one of his ‘warlock’ merchandise shirts which was sold for $2,000.

Sheen also urged his Twitter followers to make donations too, and offered to match the total raised.