Twitter user Mandy Stadtmiller published a text conversation between herself and an anonymous child actor who had said that Sheen had abused them.
Stadtmiller offered to write a piece exposing Sheen for the child actor, but the actor was too afraid of being assassinated for outing Sheen. The photos she shared showed other examples of people implying that they too were worried to come forward with information about Sheen’s gross transgressions–for fear of being killed.
Stadtmiller wrote, “Now that Charlie Sheen allegations coming out, I’ll share connective thread: death threats. I offered to donate my journalistic fee to a child actor to go public against Sheen; his response was the fear too great. That the abuser has a public history of such threats.”
Other photos in Stadtmiller's thread include more accounts that imply that people didn't come forward about Sheen's abuse because they thought they would be killed.
This particular document is from Denise Richards. She threatened to take Sheen to court to ensure that he couldn’t see their teenage daughters. Sheen’s response was to threaten to kill her parents and herself.
Haim died at age 38 from pneumonia. He struggled with drug addiction for much of his life.
This is a screenshot of an interview where Corey Feldman talks about the sharp contrast between Haim’s career and Sheen’s. Even though both Sheen and Haim used drugs, Sheen received much more attention at the same award shows where Haim was snubbed. Sheen went on to be successful after leaving Haim with lifelong trauma.