Charlie Sheen calls ‘Two and a Half Men’ firing ‘illegal’
Los Angeles: Charlie Sheen says his dismissal from ‘Two and a Half Man’ was ‘unconscionable.’
The 45-year-old actor lashed out at his former CBS and Warner Bros. Television bosses on his live Internet show, ‘Sheen`s Korner,’ on Tuesday, the day after Warner Bros. said his services on ‘Two and a Half Men’ had been terminated.
At the beginning of his prepared remarks, which lasted about 10 minutes, Sheen added that he believes that Monday`s decision was also illegal.
Using profane renditions of their names, Sheen attacked members of his ‘unwanted list’: CBS president Les Moonves, Warner Bros. Television Group president Bruce Rosenblum and ‘Two and a Half Men’ executive producer Chuck Lorre.
But Sheen seemed to praise Warner Bros. Television president Peter Roth, saying that Roth`s heart ‘was always rooted in fairness.’