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March 9th, 2011
Latest Sheenanigan Rant

Sheen stared straight into the camera, puffed on a cigarette and seemed to be reading cue cards as he called his Monday termination from "Two and a Half Men" an "illegal" act of "high treason."

Dubbing himself the "Malibu Messiah," he methodically maligned CBS head honcho Les Moonves, Warner Bros. TV President Bruce Rosenblum and the hit show's creator, Chuck Lorre.

"Think of me often, loser, during your most quiet moments," he said to Lorre. "All alone in the world, staring into the mirror, your least favorite activity. Think of me as you pray to the silly god of AA while begging refuge from the contaminated image of hatred and dismay that so painfully glares back."

He then called Lorre a "feeble abortion" and said, "you picked a fight with a warlock, you little worm. Remember this, after your first drink back. The drink you know you want."

The latest installment of his "Sheen's Korner" show on Ustream.tv followed an outburst earlier in the day directed at Cryer.

"Jon has not called me," the out-of-control actor grumbled to E! Online. "He's a turncoat, a traitor, a troll."
He vowed their relationship, like his job on "Two and a Half Men," is kaput - so Cryer shouldn't bother reaching out now.

"What's there to say? I'll tell him, 'You're a little late. Goodbye, troll,' " Sheen said.

"When I'm starring in multimillion-dollar films and he's begging me for a supporting role, I'll say: 'You left me out in the cold with all your guilt and stupidity.'"

Sheen said other cast and crew members - including "half man" Angus T. Jones and director James Widdoes - were "not trolls" because they called.

Cryer has declined repeated requests for comment, but a source close to the actor said Sheen was off base.
"Jon has reached out to Charlie. He decided not to speak publicly out of respect for what he's going through," the source said.




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