The Sober Valley Lodge should be renamed the Somber Valley Lodge now that the last of Charlie Sheen's goddesses has left. Model and 'nanny' Natalie Kenly reportedly left the warlock's house last week, according to TMZ.
She didn't get to keep her expensive car as a parting gift, though. TMZ reports that Sheen made Kenly return the Mercedes he bought for her.
Sheen's not too busted up about the split, though. He's telling friends that getting dumped is "not a common thing for the Masheen."
Kenly followed the other of Sheen's goddesses, Bree Olson, in leaving the troubled star. Olson dumped Sheen in April through a text message and then immediately moved on to a new boyfriend.
Sheen might not have to wallow in sadness for long: He's reportedly close to signing a deal to star in a new sitcom that could ultimately earn him much more than the $2 million he received for each episode of Two and a Half Men.
"Charlie has inked a deal with Lionsgate Television to create and star in a new sitcom," an insider tells RadarOnline. "Charlie's character will be very similar to the one he played on Two and a Half Men, however, the show will be a lot racier."
Hmmm. We have an idea for a title: Two and a Half Girls, a Warlock and a Failing Career. That pretty much sums up Sheen's whole life, doesn't it?
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