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Charlie Sheen Says He's "Fine": Is He in Denial???

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Is Charlie Sheen in Denial?

Charlie Sheen has spoken out since his hospital visit, and it’s not what you’d expect.

“I’m fine,” Sheen told RadarOnline’s Senior Executive Editor Dylan Howard via text message on Friday, the same time it was announced he was checking into a rehab facility.

“People don’t seem to get it…. Guy can’t have a great time and do his job also?”

Wow!!!  It appears that Sheen is in complete denial!  If he doesn’t watch it, he’s going to end up in the hospital again but this time not so lucky.

The Two and a Half Men star reportedly ended the text message with “bunch of turds”… is he referring to the show’s executives who wanted him to go to rehab or his produers?

His father, Martin Sheen, convinced his son to seek help, along with his employer CBS, which said in a statement it was “profoundly concerned for his health and well-being.”

CBS announced the hit sitcom is going on hiatus while the $2 million an episode star seeks help.

Yep, $2 million dollar star… the highest paying actor on television right now. 

Sheen also sent RadarOnline.com another message according to the gossip website.   “Oh my man, I’m fine…The story is totally overblown and overplayed as far as the reality of the scenario.”

Overblown and overplayed.  I think Sheen’s reality is very different from everybody else’s.

Sheen was taken by ambulance to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center early Thursday after days of smoking and snorting cocaine, according to sources.

One friend of Sheen’s insisted he was hospitalized for a hernia, aggravated when he laughed too hard while watching television.  But Sheen was anemic with an elevated white blood cell count and dehydrated, according to RadarOnline.com.

He was released from the hospital on Thursday night after being treated for what doctors suspect was an ulceration.

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