Alex Jones Charlie Sheen

February 25, 2011 by Post Team 

Alex Jones Charlie Sheen, Charlie Sheen once again made an appearance radio TODAY (25.02) and this time launched an attack on the creator of “two and a half men,” Alcoholics Anonymous, Thomas Jefferson, and more. SHEEN, referring to himself as a “winner” and “an F-18, called his friend, syndicated / Internet host Alex Jones, and, among other things during an interview rambling and sometimes incoherent, attacked his producer Chuck Lorre, whom he contemptuously called LEVINE CHAIM (birth name is Charles Levine Lorre) and called “a clown” and a “charlatan” who “chose not to do its job, which is to write, “and criticized LORRE to have a” very evolved spirit “unable to handle the speed Sheen” healing “.
Sheen also won his ex. Brooke Mueller (“Goodbye, Brooke, and good luck in your travels, you’ll need it), then discussed his new tattoo, her desire to” Major League 3, “Alcoholics Anonymous (a” cult bootleg “), and other targets, comparing himself to Colonel Kurtz and other characters in” Apocalypse Now “.
Sheen has already discussed his skepticism about the official account of 9 /, a position that aligns him with the conspiracy theory of mind JONES. He also made two recent appearances on DAN PATRICK DIRECTV / RADIO FOX sports show.
Listen to the interview with TMZ here. Thursday night, CBS announced that it cancels the remaining records of “two and a half men” for the 2010-11 season

(UKPA) – Charlie Sheen’s behavior during a radio interview prompted TV bosses for ending production on two and a half men this season.

The decision was based on “all statements of Charlie Sheen, the conduct and condition”, CBS and Warner Bros. said in a joint statement. The future of the program was not addressed.

Production was suspended in January to allow Charlie to seek rehabilitation. Earlier, Warner and the actor’s publicist, Stan Rosenfield, said the series would resume recording next week with the star.

That was before the actor 45 years, hiking, often vitriolic radio interview with host Alex Jones in which Sheen blasted two and a half Men producer Chuck Lorre and other targets, including Alcoholics Anonymous.

The sudden decision to pull the plug on episodes of the sitcom profit came after the behavior increasingly erratic Charlie, including an earlier interview in which he asserted that he had asked to return to work but was banned by the producers.

In his interview with Jones, Charlie repeatedly evoked violent images and ideas. Speaking of himself, he said he has “the magic and poetry at their fingertips, most of the time.”

He did not silence after the announcement by CBS and Warner. TMZ called this an “open letter” to Charlie that the current site, the actor Lorre insults. Charlie has also urged its fans to start a protest movement for him.

“I ask all my fans and loyal beautiful who embraced this show for almost a decade to walk with me side-by-side as we March on the steps of the court right this wrong mistake,” wrote he said.

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