Actor Charlie Sheen, who is currently in rehab as a preventative measure after he was charged for domestic violence forÂ an incident on Christmas Day (more details here), is reportedly ready to leave â€œTwo and a Half Menâ€ at the end of the seven season of the show. But will Charlie really leave? NO!
Charlie has decided to move on and his contract actually ends on April 9, the day they will tape the 22nd and last episode of the seventh season. â€œCharlieâ€™s just done,â€ says a set source. â€œAnd heâ€™s quietly telling his friends heâ€™s not coming back.â€
The actorâ€™s rep Stan Rosenfield said, â€œCharlieâ€™s deal is only through this current season.â€ CBS declined to comment but an insider claims negotiation for the eighth season of the show are ongoing and nothing has been determined yet.
According to TMZ, this could just be a backstage maneuver because Charlie, who is currently making $825,000 per episode, wants $1.5 million and Warner Bros. is offering around $1 million per episode. The truth is it wonâ€™t be easy for Charlie to get another job and certainly not as lucrative – CBS bought two more season of the show, which means around $48 million for the actor.
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