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Brooke Mueller’s Mom Sues Charlie Sheen’s Realtor

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Charlie Sheen’s real estate agent is being sued by Brooke Mueller’s mom, who claims the realtor screwed her out of a commission for a mega-mansion Charlie purchased last...

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Winning

Posted by on May 10, 2011

As The Sheen will tell you, “winning” isn’t just the opposite of losing. It’s a way of life. And a line of t-shirts. And it could be, according to Jimmy Fallon, a fragrance....

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Charlie Sheen Dumped by ‘Goddess’ Bree Olson

Posted by on Apr 28, 2011

Charlie Sheen is on the last leg of his live ‘Torpedo of Truth’ tour, but still has plenty to say. On Saturday night, he revealed startling news about his love life to a...

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Brooke Mueller’s Mom Sues Charlie Sheen’s Realtor

Posted by on Feb 4, 2012

Charlie Sheen’s real estate agent is being sued by Brooke Mueller’s mom, who claims the realtor screwed her out of a commission for a mega-mansion Charlie purchased last...

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Mar 14, 2011

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Brooke Mueller’s Mom Sues Charlie Sheen’s Realtor

Brooke Mueller’s Mom Sues Charlie Sheen’s Realtor

Feb 4, 2012

Charlie Sheen’s real estate agent is being sued by Brooke Mueller’s mom, who claims the realtor screwed her out of a commission for a mega-mansion Charlie purchased last year.

According to the lawsuit, obtained by TMZ, Moira Fiore claims she was tapped to help Charlie find a new house, but there was a big problem — she’s only licensed to sell real estate in Florida and Charlie wanted a new crib in L.A.

So Moira says she engaged the services of uber-realtor Marty Trugman, who has repped a slew of celebs in Hollywood.

Moira says Marty promised to give her 25% of his commission as a referral fee. Charlie used Marty and bought a $6,999,999 house, but Marty never paid her a cent.

We spoke with Marty, who laughed and said, “I never promised her a referral fee. She didn’t introduce me to Charlie. Brooke did.”

Sources close to Charlie tell us he’s pissed that — unbeknownst to him — Moira was “skimming the deal.” Charlie is saying if Moira gets any money from Marty, it should go to him or his kids.

Ashton Kutcher near deal to replace Charlie Sheen on ‘Two and a Half Men’

Ashton Kutcher near deal to replace Charlie Sheen on ‘Two and a Half Men’

May 12, 2011

Ashton Kutcher is winning.

The actor is just about set to return to primetime TV as the new star of CBS’ Two and a Half Men, according to multiple reports.

First rumored earlier today as a potential replacement for Charlie Sheen, it would mark his return to the sitcom world where he first broke through on That ’70s Show. Hugh Grant was in talks for the role, and he could have been a great choice, but the Brit dropped out.

Kutcher playfully seemed to confirm reports on Twitter, giving fans asking him about the reports a wink and tweeting “what’s the square root of 6.25?” The answer of course being 2.5

‘Winning’: Sheen’s catchphrase spawns a rap collaboration with Snoop Dogg

As The Sheen will tell you, “winning” isn’t just the opposite of losing. It’s a way of life. And a line of t-shirts. And it could be, according to Jimmy Fallon, a fragrance. Well, Sheen’s “winning” dictum has taken one more step from being a mere internet meme to being added to the OED as hashtagged slang. His Sheenness has collaborated with none other than Snoop Dogg to drop a #winning-inspired rap, whose download proceeds will apparently be donated to assist those affected by last month’s tornadoes in the South. Take a listen to the NSFW track below:

Charlie Sheen Dumped by ‘Goddess’ Bree Olson

Charlie Sheen Dumped by ‘Goddess’ Bree Olson

Apr 28, 2011

Charlie Sheen is on the last leg of his live ‘Torpedo of Truth’ tour, but still has plenty to say.

On Saturday night, he revealed startling news about his love life to a crowd in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (many of whom reportedly scored tickets after Sheen offered them free on Twitter), confessing that he was down to just one “goddess,” because porn star Bree Olson left him.

And she dumped him via text message, according to RadarOnline.com. During a Q&A segment, an audience member reportedly asked the fired ‘Two and Half Men’ star how he and his two”goddesses” were doing. The actor replied, “Not well, because one left.” Sheen also admitted that Olson informed him in a text.

Olson, 23, and Natalie Kenly, 24, had been doing cameos together on stage during Sheen’s live tour stops, often making out in the spotlight.

Just one night before Sheen delivered his break-up news, he was onstage in Tampa pleading for support in resuming his lucrative sitcom career. Comic Jeffrey Ross was on hand with roast-style zingers like, “You made your dad ashamed to share the same fake name with you,” (Martin Sheen’s original surname is Estevez) and a crack about Hosni Mubarek having better odds of getting his job back.

Yet the 45-year-old TV star, who once ranted on every medium he could find about ‘Two and a Half Men,’ sounded unusually hopeful about his future on CBS. “With your support, with a room full of love,” Sheen told the crowd, “we are going to get my job back.”
(Nevermind the fact that lawyers for Warner Bros. TV just issued a statement denying any such thing: “There have been no discussions, there are no discussions, and there will be no discussions regarding his returning to, or having any involvement in, the series.”)

The St. Petersburg Times reports that more than a third of the 3,000 seat venue in Tampa was empty. When a woman in the audience flashed Sheen, he replied, “You know you’re at a Charlie Sheen show when it’s Good Friday and there’s nudity….It’s Great Friday.

Warner Bros: Charlie Sheen lying about ‘Two and a Half Men’ talk

Warner Bros. is shooting down Charlie Sheen’s claims that he’s been in talks to return to Two and a Half Men.

In a letter sent to Sheen’s attorney, the studio’s counsel wrote: “Those statements are false. As you know, there have been no discussions, there are no discussions and there will be no discussions, regarding his returning to or having any involvement with the series.”

Earlier this week while out promoting his live show, Sheen said that there’s “been discussions” with the studio about returning to the CBS hit. Who would have ever thought the man behind the Torpedo of Truth might lie? Guess this settles it: Sheen ain’t coming back… and –

UPDATE: Sigh. Sheen’s attorney tells TMZ that WB is the one who’s lying. “There have been discussions as late as Tuesday, and all parties have been involved — Warner Bros., CBS, Chuck Lorre and Charlie Sheen.”

So these two parties can’t even agree on whether they’ve had a conversation?

 

Charlie Sheen is looking ripped!

At Sheen’s Chicago show, he decided to take off his shirt and let everyone know crack makes rock hard abs!

If you want to get ripped like Sheen, we have something to help your fat ass-

 

Charlie Sheen wants to copyright 22 of his phrases

Charlie Sheen wants to copyright 22 of his phrases

Apr 6, 2011

Sheen is trying to trade mark 22 of his famous phrases including; “Adonis DNA,” “Rock Star from Mars,” “I’m Not Bi-Polar, I’m Bi-Winning,” “Sober Valley Lodge,” “My Violent Torpedo of Truth,” and “Defeat Is Not An Option.” Of course he is also including the “Duh, winning!” catchphrase, he will also trademark “Tiger Blood” and “Vatican Assassin,” his rep said.
Larry Solters, Charlie’s “warlock-in-training,” confirmed to EW that the ex-”Two and a Half Men” star will want to profit from the rants made famous since his public meltdown. Hollywood Reporter added that he also wants to trademark his name and signature, including his pet name for his girlfriends, “Sheen’s Goddesses.” Everyone better order their WinStrong WINNING wrist band before we get our cease and desist letter from Sheen’s attorney!

 

 

Violent Torpedo of Truth Chicago….Better

Violent Torpedo of Truth Chicago….Better

Apr 4, 2011

After being heckled and booed in Detroit, Charlie Sheen made some changes to his road show Sunday night – and this time, it ended with a standing ovation.

Sheen used a talk show-style format at his Chicago show, with a master of ceremonies asking the actor questions. The interviewer, who didn’t identify himself, kept Sheen on track and gave the actor a chance to make some snarky comments. Some audience members said the second performance on Sheen’s “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option” tour wasn’t outstanding, but at least it had amusing moments. And Sheen drew cheers throughout the show, which began and ended with a standing ovation. Mackenzie Barth, 19, said it was a “weird” show. “At least no one was booing,” she added.

During the show at the historic 3,600-seat Chicago Theatre, Sheen smoked cigarettes and answered questions about his marriages, his career and his life with the women he calls his “goddesses.” “They have not disallowed me everything that makes me happy. Period. The end,” Sheen said of the former porn star and an actress who live with him. Sheen also had some snappy comebacks for the emcee.

Asked how many times he had been married, Sheen retorted, “Seven-thousand. That’s why I’m broke.” Asked why he’s “paid for sex” in the past, Sheen responded, “Because I had millions to blow. I ran out of things to buy.” Sheen also seemed to have a better rapport with the Chicago crowd. As the show began, some in the crowd began chanting “Detroit sucks.” When one audience member asked Sheen to take off his shirt, he swapped his T-shirt for a collared shirt thrown at him by a larger man in the audience. He proceeded to wear the too big shirt for the rest of the show and referred throughout the show to the man who had given it to him.

Early on, Sheen urged the audience in an obscenity-laced statement “not to become (expletive) Detroit tonight. Let’s show Detroit how it’s (expletive) done.” Later when Sheen was asked by the interviewer when he had started “winning,” Sheen responded, “The winning started in (expletive) Chicago.”

Ellen Olson, who was wearing a black T-shirt with Sheen’s catchphrase “Winning!” in white across the front, said she enjoyed the performance. “I think he interacted with the audience a lot, which made it more funny,” said Olson, 55, of Elmwood Park. Before the show, audience members said they had low expectations based on what they heard and read about the inaugural performance.

“We figured we’d try it out and see what happens, and if it’s bad, we’ll leave,” said Katie Iglehart, 23, of Chicago, who was attending the show with a friend. Like the Chicago show, Sheen’s Detroit performance began with thunderous applause. But it soon disintegrated before ending 70 minutes later. In between, Sheen tried to appease his audience with rants, a rapper and a question and answer session, ultimately concluding the first show was “an experiment.”

Sheen, 45, reappeared after the house lights went up to thank the hundreds who remained. It wasn’t clear when the former “Two and a Half Men” star lost the audience, but there were many awkward moments.
Sheen, known for his wild partying and rampant drug use, said he thought Detroit would be a good place to tell some stories about crack cocaine. The remark prompted loud, immediate boos.

At another point, Sheen showed a short film he wrote, directed and produced years ago called “RPG.” He sat in the front row to watch the flick, which starred a much younger Johnny Depp. Again, more boos. Sheen didn’t show the film Sunday night.

Sounds like more of a WIN in Chicago.