Charlie Sheen Reportedly Offered $25M to Drop Lawsuit
Rucuss staffSeptember 21, 2011
Charlie Sheen is close to settling his lawsuit against his former bosses.
Coming off his scripted appearance at Sunday night’s Emmy Awards, the former “Two and Half Men” star was offered $25 million to drop his wrongful-termination suit against Warner Bros. and “Men” co-creator Chuck Lorre.
Warner Bros and the creators of “Two and Half Men” have moved on. They’ve killed off Sheen’s character and hired Ashton Kutcher. It was reported that 28 million tuned in to watch the season premiere of the revamped show. It was the largest audience and highest adult 18-49 rating in series history.
Monday’s episode was the first to air since Sheen was fired for erratic behavior and drug abuse last spring. A funeral was held in the season premiere for Sheen’s character, Charlie Harper, who was killed off-screen by a train.
Kutcher made his first appearance on the series as a Internet tycoon nursing a broken heart.
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