Washington: ‘Two and a Half Men’ star Charlie Sheen has said that CBS owes him an apology and that they should do it while licking his feet.
In an interview with NBC’s ‘Today’ and a website, Sheen, 45, who looked thin, pale and sickly, said that CBS executives are “trying to destroy” his family.
“The war is that they’re trying to destroy my family. I take great umbrage about that, and defeat is not an option,” Fox News quoted him as telling ‘Today’.
“They picked a fight with a warlock. They’re trying to take all my money and leave me with no means to support my family. It’s not rocket science,” he said.
He declared that he did not owe CBS any apology, and that instead they were the ones who owed him one, as well as a raise because, at 1.8 million dollar an episode, he is “underpaid”.
“They owe me an apology … while licking my feet,” he stated, before adding that he wants 3 million dollars before he would consider returning to set.
CBS and Warner Bros. Television announced on February 24 that they were discontinuing the production of ‘Two and a Half Men’s’ current season due to “the totality of Charlie Sheen’s statements, conduct and condition”.