Actor Charlie Sheen has hired Israeli military veterans as round-the-clock security guards.
Actor Charlie Sheen has been fired from his hit CBS sitcom in the wake of a rant against the show's executive producer that was called "borderline anti-Semitism." Sheen was fired Monday, effective immediately, from "Two and a Half Men," for which he was paid $2 million per episode. The series was not canceled, however.
Actor Charlie Sheen is demanding an apology from the Anti-Defamation League for saying that his rant against the executive producer of his hit TV sitcom was "borderline anti-Semitism." A letter from Sheen's attorney Marty Singer demands a retraction because, it says, Sheen's only intention was to "address the man rather than his television persona," the TMZ website reported Tuesday.