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Charlie Sheen Rant Bites Him in His Ass[ets]; (Hear It)

Charlie Sheen’s shocking radio rant where he trashed the producers of his hit show “Two and a Half Men,” [hear audio below], is coming back to bite him in the assets. Network execs canceled the show as he jetted off with two porn stars and his ex-wife.

Sheen was last spotted boarding a private jet with his ex-wife Brooke Mueller, porn star Bree Olsen and girlfriend Natalie Kenly. He reportedly flew to the Caribbean for a vacation.

Earlier, Sheen, 45, called into the Alex Jones radio show, claiming he cured himself of drug addiction and unleashed a volanic tirade against his detractors.

Sheen lashed out at creator/producer Chuck Lorre, outing his real name as Chaim Levine, and calling him a charlatan, “a stupid, stupid little man and a p**sy punk.”
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“I’ve spent close to the last decade… effortlessly and magically converting [Lorre’s] tin can into pure gold. Are [network execs] happy with the $5 billion they made off me? [Two and a Half Men] is a runaway frickin’ juggernaut,” he ranted.

“I was told if I went on the attack, they would cancel the show, so I’m seeing if they’re telling the truth. I embarrassed [producer Chuck Lorre] in front of his children and the world by healing at a pace that this unevolved mind cannot process.

“I have a disease? Bullsh*t! I cured it with my brain, with my mind,” Charlie ranted. “I cured it, I’m done.”

In reaction, network executives canceled the eighth season of the hit CBS sitcom and released the following statement.

“Based on the totality of Charlie Sheen’s statements, conduct and condition, CBS and Warner Bros. Television have decided to discontinue production of ‘Two and a Half Men’ for the remainder of the season.”

Sheen reportedly will not be paid for the remaining four episodes of the eighth season — a loss of about $4.8 million in salary.

There were originally eight episodes left in the season, but CBS reduced the order after Sheen was put in rehab.

Charlie, the highest-paid actor on TV, gets an estimated $1.2 million per episode.

Sheen’s role in an upcoming film “Major League 3” also in jeopardy, according to the film’s producer James G. Robinson.

Meanwhile, Mueller has since left the party. “Good-bye, Brooke, and good luck in your travels – you’re going to need it. Badly,” Sheen told the radio jock, suggesting that it was less than warm departure.

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