Charlie Sheen is still on the offensive over his treatment by CBS, which cancelled his popular sit-com “Two and a Half Men,” after his drinking, drugging, whoring and wild tirades.
But Sheen was non-repentant: “I wouldn’t trade any of it, because I’m still alive,” he insisted in his latest interview.
The actor appeared on Piers Morgan’s show on CNN last night (Feb. 28) for an hour-long live interview, his latest platform to lambaste his bosses at CBS.
He also swatted down reports that John Stamos would be replacing him on the show.
“If you do that you deserve everything you get,” he said.
Sheen, 45, also insisted that he is off drugs, amid reports that he gave three vials of blood to a court-certified toxicology laboratory Saturday (Feb. 26) and expects to have the results in a day or two
He said he passed a home urine drug test for marijuana, cocaine, opiates, methamphetamines, ecstasy, amphetamines, phencyclidine (PCP) and prescription drugs tricyclic antidepressants, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, methadone and oxycodone.”
Meanwhile, Sheen’s hedonistic lifestyle showed no signs of abating. He posed for photographers with his twin sons and his “nanny” Natalie Kenly and porn star Bree Olson, with whom he’s apparently living.
Sheen also said he will sue CBS for lost earnings because of the series cancellation.
His lawyer Marty Singer has already sent a demand letter to CBS for nearly $16 million in lost wages.
Singer claims Sheen was ready, willing and able to go back to work.
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