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Not Charlie Sheen's Car! Another Vehicle Found Ditched Off Mulholland Drive [Updated, Twice]
In the same vicinity where Charlie Sheen's car went off the cliffside early this morning, apparently after it was stolen, another car this afternoon has been found, appearing to suffer the same fate.
At 1:41 p.m., a Bentley found over the side of the road at 13832 Mulholland Drive was reported to the Los Angeles Fire Department. Like when Sheen's car was found, there were no victims or injuries to report.
"We're not sure yet if it was the same thieves because we don't have any leads at this point," explained Richard French of the LAPD to LAist. "It does seem very coincidental."
The owner of the Bentley lived in an adjoining neighborhood to Sheen. It was found by a photographer working on the Sheen story.
Update: The Bentley was found about 200 yards from Sheen's Mercedes, police say.
Update 2: TMZ says the Bentley owners have surveillance footage of the capers. The owners, Lisa Vanderpump and Kenneth Todd, happen to also own Villa Blanca in Beverly Hills. Vanderpump is also scheduled to be on the upcoming "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
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