The actor and the producer could have come to an agreement by which Sheen could receive 25 million dollars as compensation for his dismissal. Charlie Sheen was fired from two men and a half by their addictions and their exits of tone, that led him to publicly insult the creator of the series. Actor Charlie Sheen and Warner Bros. producer. they finally resolved their dispute surrounding the dismissal of the actor from the television show that starred, two men and middle, confirmed Tuesday the Hollywood studio in a statement which does not reveal details of the agreement. Sheen was fired last March after a series of erratic behaviors associated with an excess of alcohol and drugs which led to the cancellation of the recordings of the last episodes of the eighth season of his sitcom.
The interpreter then sued their exjs for wrongful dismissal and claimed them 100 million dollars in compensation. Last week, the U.S. Media anticipated that the agreement to settle the case was next and They estimated that Sheen might receive 25 million dollars as compensation. Warner Bros. Television, Chuck Lorre (creator of the series) and Charlie Sheen have resolved their dispute to the satisfaction of all parties.
Pending judgment and legal discretion will be rejected by the parties, which have agreed to maintain the confidentiality of the terms of agreement, he cited the study in its communique. Until the time of his dismissal, Sheen was the highest paid actor on the small screen, with revenues of 1.8 billion dollars by chapter, but its repeated tone out dishes outlets ended up with the patience of those responsible for the series. The straw that broke the camel were some serious insults dumped by Sheen against Chuck Lorre once actor frustrated by not being able to resume work to have been cancelled recordings. Series continues the ninth season of two men and half started last week on CBS with a record audience. More than 27.7 million viewers watched the funeral of Charlie Harper (Sheen), who died atropellado by a train of subway allegedly pushed by his girlfriend, furious after learning that he had been unfaithful. Sheen was replaced by Ashton Kutcher, who plays a young millionaire. Source of the news: Charlie Sheen signs peace with Warner Brothers for $ 25 million