Well, we can't say we're surprised!
The twosome have been linked since November after meeting on E!'s new dating show, Famously Single. HIGHlarious!
In an interview with E! News, the Danity Kane alum shared:
This is going to get nasty.
A date has been set for Charlie Sheen to finally legally go head-to-head against Warner Bros and Chuck Lorre over him being fired from Two and a Half Men.
Rather than bore you with a lot of legal jargon, we're going to explain the dealio fairly simply - Charlie wants what Charlie wants and he isn't going to stop until he gets it. Right now, what he wants is his $100 million lawsuit against the studio and the exec to be a public trial. He wants the whole dog-and-pony show aired live around the world for everyone to see. That's the last thing the WB/Chuck want, so they are fighting him on that point before they even get to the $100mil lawsuit.
So, on April 19, all parties will go to court to decide on whether or not this whole thing should play out in court.
Make sense? Good!
If not, blame Charlie.
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