Ten years ago Charlie Sheen was winning. “Just not really.
In March 2011, the highest paid actor on television was fired from his CBS comedy series Two and a Half Men after publicly insulting its creator Chuck Lorre and went laced on a number of now famous swearwords. Nowadays he calls it an adolescent breakdown.
“People have [said to] Me: ‘Hey man, that was so cool, that was so much fun. It was so cool to be a part of and support and all that energy and we left it to the man, “Sheen said in comments posted on Thursday, February 25th, to Yahoo! My thought behind it is, “Oh yeah, great. I’m so glad I traded early retirement for a royal hashtag. ‘”
The point of sale said Sheen regretted his behavior. “There were 55 different ways for me to deal with this situation and I chose number 56. And so, you know, I think that growth for me is after the breakdown or melt forward or melt somewhere – whatever you choose to do want to label – it has to start with absolute ownership of my role in all of this, “he said. “And it was desperately youthful.”
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