Charlie Sheen is crisscrossing the country on his tour and Saturday stopping in San Francisco where he will help out Bryan Stow, the Scotts Valley man attacked and beaten ion May 31 as he and friends were leaving Dodger Stadium after a Giants-Dodgers baseball game.
Sheen will donate part of his proceeds for Saturday's tour date to the family. Here's what his publicist is saying:
Charlie Sheen has founded "Sheen's Korner" a charitable foundation to benefit those in need.
"Sheen's Korner" will launch its fundraising with Charlie's April 30th San Francisco Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium show, where all the profits from his merchandising sales will be donated to the "Bryan Stow Fund," to benefit Stow's family and defray medical costs.
The former "Two and Half Men" star is currently touring th