Charlie Sheen may be unemployed, but that doesn’t mean he’s not expecting a paycheck. The actor tells ABC News that he plans to sue CBS for shutting down his sitcom, Two and a Half Men.
And it’s reported he could be after more than $300 million dollars.
The network shut down the sitcom indefinitely after Sheen made a series of public rants against Warner Brothers, CBS and show creator Chuck Lorre.
But Sheen says his words and actions are just in defense of eight years of verbal abuse, and he’s decided he’s not going to take it anymore.
The actor says the networks will lose the suit, he advises them to settle outside of court, and if he does return to the show next season he also reportedly wants an extra million dollars per episode.
With Sheen already making $2 million each show, the C in CBS may soon stand for Charlie.