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While the Losing You singer didn't specify who exactly she was targeting, she did write:
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However, it doesn't seem like all hope is lost.
Of Charlie's infamous 2011 meltdown while their show was on air, Cryer said:
"He just went crazy out of nowhere."
He also added that it was "blindsiding" when Sheen bashed the entire cast and crew after his firing. Sheen notoriously went as far as to call his longtime friend a "troll" — which Cryer found troubling considering they had a great working relationship until that point.
The Pretty In Pink star explained that Sheen did later apologize (kinda) by stating:
"I'm sorry for all the bullsh*t, man."
To which Cryer noted:
"And I was like, ‘That's it? There was a lot of bullsh*t. There was an enormous amount of bullsh*t!'"
But after all is said and done, J.C. says he doesn't hold any "ill will" toward the 50-year-old, and he sympathizes with Sheen's HIV positive status.
With that said, Sheen would have to clean up his act in order for them to be pals anytime soon:
"He's got an addiction that's just kicking his ass. I'd love to have him back in my life again. I'd love for him to be sober. But unfortunately, he'd have to be."
You can listen to the full recap of the meltdown (below)!
Charlie Sheen's ex-fiancée Brett Rossi — the porn star who is suing Sheen for allegedly bullying her into getting an abortion AND for not initially telling her about his HIV-positive status — has asked law enforcement to keep Sheen away from her.
On Friday, a judge granted an emergency 7-day restraining order to keep Sheen from Rossi, who reportedly intends to file for an extension.
At this point, it is unclear what exactly went down between the exes to cause all of this — but we'll certainly keep you posted.
Yikes! This isn't good!
Well, it looks like the Two And A Half Men actor doesn't have any dough left for his OTHER ex-wife Denise Richards either!
Recently, the controversial thespian filed legal documents similar to the ones he filed for Mueller.
He can longer pay the Wild Things star $55,000 a month, and wishes to have that amount lowered.
Sheen no longer makes money from his hit sitcom, and has enormous health care costs that are not covered by insurance.
Denise has been receiving $55K since 2009.
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Well this could be career re-defining!
Both Charlie and Whoopi are from New York, which makes their additions to the independent action-drama all the more emotional.
In fact, Charlie has already issued a statement about his casting, saying:
Charlie Sheen's extravagant lifestyle has finally caught up with him!
Recently, the actor is trying to lower the child support he pays to ex wife Brooke Mueller.
Currently, the controversial thespian pays her and twins Bob & Max around $55,000 a month.
However, Sheen isn't making as much money as he used to. While he normally makes $613,000 a month from Two and a Half Men, he had to recently sell those rights for a lump sum of $26,750,000.
The 50-year-old now averages around $87,384 a month but that amount varies. For example, last month, he only made $6,261.
He claims his lifestyle costs him around $105,000 a month, and his health care — not covered by insurance — totals $25,000 a month.
Additionally, he owes $1 million in legal fees, and $600,000 in credit card debt.
The money train has come to a stop…
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You sure it wasn't the tiger blood, Charlie?
While the 50-year-old actor seems to have settled down now — especially considering his health is his No. 1 priority due to his HIV status — he's now trying to explain his controversial actions.
In an interview with Dr. Oz on Wednesday, Charlie reveals that he now knows the reason for the collapse of his mental health… testosterone cream.
Sure, a lot of that lotion probably isn't good for your hormone levels, but the rampant drug and alcohol use probably had a little something to do with it too…
Still, we're glad he's doing better nowadays!
Ch-ch-check out Charlie Sheen's surprising reasoning for his meltdown on Dr. Oz (above)!!!
Charlie Sheen's HIV-positive announcement seems to be helping others.
As you know, the 50-year-old shared back in November that he had been secretly living with the disease since 2011 — and now, a study from San Diego State University is suggesting that lives are being saved as a result.
How, you may ask?
The report says it's all in the number of HIV-related searches on Google:
"Since 2004, news reports about HIV decreased from 67 stories per 1,000 to 12 stories per 1,000 in 2015. Sheen's disclosure also corresponded with the greatest number of HIV-related Google searches ever recorded in the United States."
And people aren't just curious about how the diagnosis has affected the Two and a Half Men star: