Charlie Sheen Tweets Call To Arms Against Daughter's Former School

Charlie Sheen took to Twitter to exact revenge on his daughter's former school, asking his fans to leave dog excrement and rotten eggs at the school. INSIDE EDITION has the story.

Charlie Sheen is sparking outrage with a bizarre "call to arms" after his daughter was bullied at school.

Sheen says nine-year-old Sam was teased mercilessly by another pupil. Now, he is calling on his fans to deliver dog poop to the school as payback.

The Anger Management star even names the alleged bully on his Twitter page, which has more than nine million followers, and he asks his fans to write her name in dog poop on the school's front door.

Sheen says the bullying happened at Viewpoint, an exclusive private school in Calabasas, California.
A nine-year-old student allegedly made life miserable for Sheen's daughter, teasing and bullying her about her looks, her hair, and about the fact that her father was fired from Two-and-a-Half Men.

Sheen says little Sam was so upset by the incessant bullying, he and ex-wife Denise Richards had to pull their daughter from the school. Now, he wants revenge.  

"If you have a rotten egg, a roll of toilet paper or some dog (blank), I urge you to deliver it with 'extreme prejudice' to the campus run by the trolls and charlatans," tweeted Sheen. "Smear the (blank) to spell one name on the front door."

He then gives the alleged nine-year-old bully's first name.

He calls the dog-poop plan "a visual reminder" of "the epidemic of bullying."

INSIDE EDITION spoke with nationally prominent anti-bullying expert Parry Aftab and she says she's appalled at Sheen's call to arms.

Aftab told INSIDE EDITION, "There is a way of handling this and this and this is not it. Now, we've got kids being picked on not just by each other, but by Charlie Sheen. It won't be good for his daughter, and it won't stop bullying."

The school is hitting back and reportedly hired extra security to deal with any Charlie Sheen fan who takes him seriously. School officials say they "addressed the [bullying] issue appropriately."