Some may see Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen as kindred spirits, but apparently Lohan isn't one of them.
Sheen reportedly offered to serve as a mentor to Lohan, imparting upon her his wisdom about what it's like to be a Hollywood troublemaker, but Lohan says she's perfectly happy without it, thank you very much.
Lohan's reps told TMZ that, while she is grateful for everything Sheen has done for her, she would never take him up on his offer to mentor her. The 26-year-old actress reportedly said she knows her life is "out of control" but doesn't think the "it takes one to know one" mantra is the way to go here.
Lohan's people said she and Sheen do speak from time to time but that Lohan thinks he is in no place to talk to the media about her.
"I have a kinship with [Lohan], who clearly needs a mentor, whether she wants one or not," the 47-year-old actor told TMZ over the weekend. "She can continue to hang out with her dress-shredding club buddies, or turn to me for some advice from a guy who's been down the road as well as every other side trail on the journey."
Aside from general hot-headed antics, the two have been linked since it was announced that Sheen and Lohan would share a scene in "Scary Movie 5," which first prompted talk of the two being likeminded souls. That buzz furthered when Sheen gave Lohan $100,000 to pay off her tax debt in November of last year.
While Lohan may refuse to seek guidance from Sheen, she is getting advice from a therapist. E! News reported on Friday that Lohan will begin psychotherapy sessions and set up a youth foundation that aims to "provide a nonprofit program to benefit young people."
Let the crazy continue.