By Mandi Bierly
Updated May 06, 2011 at 05:37 PM EDT
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Charlie Sheen has wrapped his Violent Torpedo of Truth Tour, but now he’s hoping to take it abroad. “I might do a European leg of this thing,” he told EW last night at a Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation charity gala in Los Angeles, which he attended with one of his “goddesses,” model Natalie Kenly (pictured). Sheen says if he’s learned one thing about live performing from the tour it’s, “Leave it to the experts … It was a process. Had I trusted in that earlier, things like Detroit never would have happened. I just would have gone out there with a mic and said, ‘What’s going on? How we doing? Here’s how I’m doing.’ They’d still be dancing in the streets.”

Sheen guessed the tour raised “upwards of 100 grand” for the Red Cross Japanese Earthquake Fund by donating $1 from each ticket sold. Sheen said he’s now putting together a benefit — a softball/hardball game and concert — for tornado-ravaged Alabama after visiting Tuscaloosa earlier this week. “When you have the focus of the world, direct it where it’s needed. I’m not always at a freaking nightclub or a shopping spree. I’m connected to bring some good to where people are suffering,” he said. As for finding another day job, Sheen said ideas are still brewing for an “epic” TV show, “but I hate to announce stuff before it’s presentable.” In the immediate future, his plans include following the progress of Bryan Stow, the Giants fan who was severely beaten outside Dodger Stadium in March (Sheen donated $20,000 in merchandising profits and audience contributions raised at a Violent Torpedo tour stop in San Francisco to help with medical expenses), and spending time with his children. “No time for a vacation,” Sheen said. “Vacations are for sissies.” (Reporting by Nicholas White)

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