Uh-oh! Get ready, everyone!
The circus is about to begin YET again!
Justice Richard Neal, the arbitrator who is currently overseeing the $100 million legal battle between Charlie Sheen and Chuck Lorre and Warner Brothers, who fired the actor from his sitcom, Two and a Half Men, has denied their request for a broad gag order involving the case - which means that although the media will not be allowed to attend the proceedings and "sensitive and proprietary" details (like medical records and financial information) will remain private, both parties and their lawyers will be allowed to talk to the press about the case as much as they'd like!
Well, we think we just figured out how the MaSheen is going to be promoting his Comedy Central roast and new series!
Nothing like publicly bashing your former employer to show the world how quickly you're moving on, right?
Yeesh. We don't know if we have enough Tiger's Blood in us to endure another one of his Warlock's Rampage! Not that Lorre is any better, mind you!
We're afraid. Very afraid.
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Tags: broad gag order, charlie sheen, denied, justice richard neal, legal matters, two and a half men, warner brothers