February 27, 2011

Charlie Sheen Sits Down For First TV Chat Since Show Scandal

Charlie Sheen has sat down for his first television interview since producers pulled his hit sitcom Two And A Half Men following his public rant against writerChuck Lorre.

The actor's private and professional life has headed into meltdown since he was hospitalised following a wild night of partying with prostitutes in January.
Production on the show was halted as Sheen began a rehab course at his Los Angeles home. However, he blamed TV bosses for placing the cast and crew on a "forced hiatus" and viciously lashed out against the comedy's writer Lorre through the press, calling him a "clown" and a "worm".

The rant led CBS producers to pull Two and a Half Men from TV schedules for the foreseeable future, and now Sheen has given a candid interview to rival network ABC to give his side of the story.

The chat with reporter Andrea Canning for U.S. news show 20/20 will be an hour-long special which will air on Tuesday. Previews of the interview will also be aired on Good Morning America.
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