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Charlie Sheen Demands $16 Million from CBS? Can Anyone STOP Him?

Charlie Sheen Demands 16 million

Charlie Sheen Train Wreck

Charlie Sheen wants $16 million from Two and a Half Men? Charlie Sheen’s attorney fired a warning shot to CBS and Warner Bros. today by demanding that Sheen be paid for the eight episodes that won’t be made now that the series is shut down for the season. Can anyone step in and STOP the Charlie Sheen train wreck?

Celebrity website TMZ broke the news that Charlie started a war of words with his employer. The letter claims that Sheen was ready and able to go back to work–and that Two and a Half Men owes him $16 million because of the shutdown.

Can anyone STOP Sheen? Seriously, the guy needs to be hospitalized.

The shutdown that had to take place because of his behavior.  In what universe does it make sense that CBS and Warner Bros. will have to pay that?

Sadly, the letter to his employer is the second career killing move Charlie Sheen has made today.  The first was appearing on the Today show to do a crazy rant filled interview.

Sheen’s publicist quit today after the actor went on the Today show and created a world class PR nightmare.  The actor made outrageous statements such as he is “tired of pretending he is not a total frigging rock star from Mars,” and other choice words that made Sheen appear to be totally out of control.  Charlie’s long time publicist Stan Rosenfield made a statement to the media about quitting:

“I have worked with Charlie Sheen for a long time and I care about him very much. However, at this time, I’m unable to work effectively as his publicist and have respectfully resigned.”

Stop. Him. Now.

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