During an interview with ABC News, Charlie Sheen stated the following, “I am on a drug. It’s called ‘Charlie Sheen.’ it is not available because if you try it on you will die,” these were the comments of the benched star of CBS’s “Two and a Half Men.”
The actor made interviews that aired Monday on both “GMA” and NBC’s “Today,” these were his first steps of his campaign against the CBS, Warner Bros, and Chuck Lorre the creator of the show. Because of the comments of the actor, the producers have decided to pull the plug of the show for the remainder of the season.
During a morning interview conducted in the Charlie Sheen Rehab Facility, the 45-year-old actor said that he is willing to do a 10th season of the show; however due to the psychological distress he feels he is underpaid. Now the actor could demands $3 million per episode. Sheen also added that he has been clean for at least 24 hours. (AV)