Astounding, Forbes.com (in a blog soon crimped by the LA Times) has found that marketing company Ad.ly is behind Charlie Sheen's Twitter account - which attracted one million followers in a record 25 hours last week.
Frankly, we're floored.
With photos like the one right appearing on Mr Sheen's account, only the keenest of observers could have guessed a product endorsement agency was behind his tweets.
How about celebrities just tell us if an agency isn't masterminding their Twitter, Facebook or YouTube account.
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