Charlie Sheen On Lindsay Lohan's Rehab: 'I Believe In Detox, Not Rehab'

Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan arrive at the premiere 'Scary Movie V' at ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome on April 11, 2013 in Hollywood, Calif. -- Getty Premium

Charlie Sheen, who has never been shy about sharing his thoughts on handling addiction, has chimed in on Lindsay Lohan's upcoming court-ordered 90-day rehab stint.

"I don't know. I believe in detox, not rehab," the actor told Access Hollywood when asked about his "Scary Movie 5" co-star's planned rehab stay at the movie's Los Angeles premiere on Thursday.

The actor told Access that Lindsay has her sights set on turning her life around.

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"She doesn't need any help," he said of his co-star. "She's got a pretty good plan. She just needs to execute it."

Adding, "I'm not the guy to ask for, you know, 'How am I going to fix Lindsay?' I barely know the girl."

Charlie explained that his role in helping Lindsay during her recent rough patch comes from a good place.

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"I don't give stuff unsolicited. I don't get in people's grills... if someone asks and I got the data, I'll share it. If I don't, I know somebody that does," he told Access.

Adding, "We were just thrown together and I figure rather than being a douche and ignore it... that there might be something I could offer to comfort or enlighten or whatever. But nobody has any answers, really."

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