Claiming he's tired of lying, the former lead actor on 'Two and a Half Men' says his critique about his successor is 'nothing personal.'
Charlie Sheen has finally let out his true opinion of Ashton Kutcher's performance on "Two and a Half Men". After previously saying only good words about his successor, the former Charlie Harper depicter told TMZ, "I'm tired of pretending the show doesn't suck ... I'm tired of pretending Ashton doesn't suck."
"I'm tired of lying," the 46-year-old father of five declared. The "Spin City" alum went on claiming that his bad comment about Kutcher is "nothing personal," adding, "I just feel bad for him... He's saddled with such bad writing."
Sheen recently also dissed his former show when commenting on a cease and desist letter given by Warner Bros. Saying he's thrilled with his former employer's action, the actor sarcastically stated, "Perhaps if Warner Bros. spent as much time and energy focusing on THEIR show, it wouldn't be such a steaming pile of a**."
The complaint was made by WB after FX used the images of Sheen from his "Men" days for his new sitcom "Anger Management". A source has since guaranteed that "it won't happen again."