Charlie Sheen Donates $75,000 to Help 10-Year-Old Girl Beat Rare Cancer

"Anger Management" star's stunt double Eddie Braun also gives $25,000 to support Jasmine Faulk, daughter of Hermosa Beach police officer.

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    Charlie Sheen

    Charlie Sheen has Adonis DNA, tiger blood and apparently a heart of gold.

    The "Anger Management" star donated $75,000 on Sunday to help a 10-year-old girl named Jasmine Faulk beat cancer. Charlie's stunt double, Eddie Braun, also cut a $25,000 check to the Hermosa Beach Police Officers Association (Jasmine's dad, Everitt, is an officer), which is fundraising for Jasmine's treatment of a rare form of pediatric cancer called alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma.

    Charlie also gave Lindsay Lohan $100,000 to help her out of debt

    "Big news today for the Faulk family. Together, Eddie Braun and Charlie Sheen donated $100,000.00 to the HBPOA in support of Jasmine's fight against cancer," the organization posted on their Facebook page Sunday. "All proceeds go to the Faulk family to support their daughter. On behalf of the HBPOA, the Faulk family and those who support children fighting cancer, we thank you for your generous donation."

    A tumor was found in Jasmine's facial sinuses in September 2012, and according to Facebook, she will "go through very aggressive medical treatment, including chemotherapy and radiation for one year."

    We truly wish her the best, and applaud Charlie and Eddie for their winning generosity.

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