The disgraced star has been axed from his role in hit US sitcom, Two and a Half Men
Disgraced Hollywood star Charlie Sheen has been sacked from his role in hit US sitcom Two and a Half Men, after worrying bosses with his increasingly erratic behaviour.
The American TV’ star’s bizarre – and reportedly drug-fuelled – behaviour has spiraled out of control in recent weeks, resulting in his children being taken away by the authorities, a restraining order being issued by his ex wife, Brook Mueller, and the suspension of the Two and a Half Men show.
Now bosses have revealed they have sacked the sorry star – once America’s highest-paid TV actor – after ‘careful consideration’.
The contract of termination, issued by Warner Brothers said drugs and alcohol were making Sheen ‘abusive,’ and ‘endangering his life’ as well as causing him to forget his lines.
‘For months before the suspension of production, Mr Sheen’s erratic behaviour escalated while his condition deteriorated,’ a letter to his lawyer reportedly read.
‘His declining condition undermined the production in numerous and significant ways.’
Follwing his sacking, Sheen – who was yesterday pictured on top of an LA building drinking ‘tiger blood’ and waving a machete – has hit back at bosses for the ‘deplorable’ way they terminated his contract.
‘These guys are such yellow cockroaches that they didn’t even have the decency to call me,’ he ranted to Access Hollywood.
‘I put five [billion] in their cheap suit pockets and another half a [billion] in what’s-his-cheese’s pockets and this is the… respect I get? It’s just deplorable and they should be ashamed of themselves.
‘They exercised such a cheap move and [this is] so silly and so transparent and… it’s so juvenile. It is the work of infants. It is the work of silly infants.’
The star, now calling himself an ‘unemployed winner’ on Twitter has advertised for a social media intern.
‘The #TigerBloodIntern is expected to be proactive, monitor the day-to-day activities on the major social media platforms, prepare for exciting online projects and increase Charlie’s base of followers,’ the advert read.