Charlie Sheen admits he’s "losing his mind," Rob Lowe reportedly possible replacement for Sheen in Two and a Half Men
Charlie Sheen, who was recently fired from Two and a Half Men after weeks of "ridiculous statements and insults" directed to its producers, admitted in the March 21 issue of Life & Style that he is "really starting to lose (his) mind." The actor, who has admitted to having a drug problem, said, "I’m ready to call anyone to help."
Sheen also told Life & Style that he is affected by the custody battle over his children with ex-wife Brooke Mueller, reports The Huffington Post. "She can’t keep them from me... I won’t let her-I’ll do anything to get them back."
He added, "I’m really trying to contain myself right now... My lawyer wants to come over to my house and take the bullets out of my gun."
After TMZ reported this week that Two and a Half Men is in talks with Parks and Recreation’s Rob Lowe as a possible replacement for Sheen, the latter said he hopes Lowe does it. "He’s a buddy of mine; he’s a beautiful man, a brilliant actor," Sheen said about Lowe, who grew up with the Sheen family.
Charlie Sheen tells Good Morning America that he’s "bi-winning."
For months, Sheen has been grabbing headlines for controversial acts such as calling Men creator Chuck Lorre "F*** Lorre" and "little worm," drinking "Tiger Blood" and playing around with a machete on a rooftop. Asked what he thinks of people saying he is bipolar, he told Good Morning America, "I’m bi-winning. I win here and I win there."
His antics have caused him to top discussions on blogs, news sites and social media networks since the beginning of the year, according to a survey by the Global Language Monitor reported by Reuters.
"Charlie Sheen... is everywhere," Paul JJ Payack, Global Language Monitor president and chief word analyst, said. "The growing pervasiveness of social media only enhances this global echo chamber."