Los Angeles police confirm that another car, a dark gray Bentley, was found way, way off Mullholland Drive, not far from the ravine where Sheen's car was plucked from early this morning.
The Bentley was spotted at around 1:30 p.m. by a photographer who was checking things out post-Sheen incident. The actor's Mercedes-Benz sedan was discovered at 4 a.m. after it was driven off a cliff by an unknown perpetrator, the inflation of the airbags somehow triggering a call to 911.
Authorities say they are investigating whether the two incidents are connected, and maybe the Bentley's owner is now thinking twice about the whole fame thing...
Like in Sheen's case, the most seriously injured victim was the car.
A source told the Los Angeles Times earlier today that, after interviewing both Sheen and his wife, Brooke Mueller, who's resting up in North Carolina in advance of traveling to Aspen for Monday's court hearing, police have ruled out any sort of domestic issue as a motive for the auto destruction.
In a few days, Charlie and Brooke will qualify for our celebrity Court Appearances gallery.