'Two and a Half Men' Bosses Fire Back at Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen fuelled speculation he might be staging a TV comeback after revealing he had been "in discussions" with his former employers during a radio interview on Tuesday, April 12.
But Warner Bros. executives have called Charlie Sheen's bluff and released a legal document to the star's handlers slamming the actor for making up stories.
In the letter, obtained by TMZ.com, lawyer John Spiegel writes, "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."
The troubled actor was fired from the show on March 11, after a number of headline grabbing stunts, a stint in rehab and a public spat with "Two and a Half Men" 's creator Chuck Lorre.
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