Was Charlie Sheen’s live tour ‘sold out in minutes’ claim wrong?

New York: Charlie Sheen’s claims that tickets for his live show sold out in minutes are proving to be premature with one ticket left for the Detroit show.

The 45-year-old actor, recently fired from CBS’s ‘Two and a Half Men’, appeared to be pulling a fast one on his fans last weekend when he announced his two-date live event ‘My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option Show’ was sold out, reports a daily.

“Fastball; Detroit/Chicago sold out in minutes... Thanks to Sheen’s Cadre..! #WINNING c,” Sheen had tweeted on Saturday.
Though TMZ reported that the live show, which went on sale Saturday, sold out in 18 minutes, a representative at TicketMaster revealed to the the paper on Sunday that there was one seat still available on the mezzanine level for the Detroit date.

The troubled star will appear at Detroit’s Fox Theatre on April 2 and at The Chicago Theatre the following night.

According to the actor’s new publicist Larry Solters, who had no further details on the content of the show, Sheen has already started rehearsals and is promoting the show by himself.

One dollar from each ticket will be donated to Red Cross Japanese earthquake relief fund, according to his website, and a full price ticket goes for 80.60 dollars.