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Report: Charlie Sheen Wants to Fire 'Anger Management' Co-Star Selma Blair

June 18, 2013 (2:56 am) GMT
Sheen and Blair are reportedly in a 'heated battle' after he learned that she complained about his poor work ethic to the show's producers.
Report: Charlie Sheen Wants to Fire 'Anger Management' Co-Star Selma Blair

's issue with a co-worker may put his show in limbo. Sources confirm to E! News that the actor is involved in a "heated battle" with his "" co-star on the set of the FX series.

TMZ, which first broke the news, reports that it all began as Sheen learned that Blair complained to the show's executives about his poor work ethic. He reportedly is upset and says he fired Blair, threatening that he won't shoot if she comes to the set on Monday, June 17.

"Things have gotten ugly," a source on tells E! News. Although Charlie does not have the exclusive right to fire anyone, the source adds that he "certainly can make production impossible."

FX and representatives for both actors have not released an official statement regarding this matter. Deadline reports that Blair's camp tries to patch things up following the alleged war on set, but Sheen is said to be asking FX's bosses to support his decision. A source says it's possible to continue the show without Blair.

Meanwhile, there's a word that Sheen wants to bring in for a 10-episode arc at $1 million per episode. The "" actress is currently dating , who has replaced Sheen on "".

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