Charlie Sheen’s Tell-All Book

Charlie Sheen told TMZ.com that he plans to write a tell-all book about his experience on Two and a Half Men, days after CBS and Warner Brothers shut down the series.

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Sheen says the book, which he’s calling, When the Laughter Stopped, will include all the behind-the-scenes dirty details during production, and the days that led up to the cancellation of the series. Sheen even plans on mentioning names, from co-stars to crew and the show’s creator, Chuck Lorre, whom Sheen has aimed most of his anger.

Sheen says he expects a war for the publishing rights, and is looking at at least $10 million.

Sheen lashed out at Lorre on the website, calling him as Chaim Levine. He even promised to show up for work on Monday morning, regardless of the cancellation. Sheen even sent text messages to several media outlets, calling his bosses “clowns,” “Nazis,” and “hypocrites.”

There have been no comments back from Lorre or CBS. In fact, both Lorre and CBS president Nina Tassler defended the actor in the past, saying that he was always professional at work.

Talk about a bad ending to a show. I wonder how Sheen’s main co-stars feel about this!

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1 Comment

  1. CS says:

    ouch! Loved that show. Such a bummer.

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