Some celebrities don’t know when to keep their traps shut - like Charlie Sheen **and **Rosie O’Donnell, who are throwing their weight behind the twisted theory that the United States government was behind the 9/11 terror attacks.
Page Six has learned that Sheen, the hooker-loving Hollywood hunk, has agreed to narrate a new version of the loopy YouTube documentary “Loose Change,” which claims that a corrupt faction within the federal government orchestrated the mass murder at the World Trade Center.
Sources say Sheen - whose father, Martin Sheen, has been arrested 63 times protesting on behalf of various leftist causes - is in talks with **Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban’s Magnolia Pictures **to distribute “Loose Change.” Sheen has called for a new independent probe of the attack, telling Alex Jones’ radio show: “It seems to me like 19 amateurs with box cutters taking over four commercial airliners and hitting 75 percent of their targets, that feels like a conspiracy theory. It raises a lot of questions.”
Sheen’s rep confirmed his participation. Cuban e-mailed us: “We are having discussions about distributing the existing video with Charlie’s involvement as a narrator, not in making a new feature. We are also looking for productions with an opposing viewpoint. We like controversial subjects, but we are agnostic to which side the controversy comes from.”
Meanwhile, on her blog, O’Donnell has pasted in a widely debunked rundown of the collapse of 7 World Trade Center from the whatreallyhappened.comWeb site, created by conspiracy theorist Matt Rivero.
O’Donnell repeats his discredited theories, which include the notion that because the fires were not evenly distributed, it made the building’s perfect collapse into its footprint “impossible that landlord Larry Silverstein told the FDNY that “the smartest thing to do is pull it,” a phrase conspiracy theorists take to mean that he ordered the skyscraper’s destruction; and that firefighters withdrawing from the building feared it was going to “blow up.”
O’Donnell’s rep declined comment.
(via page six)