The 'Anger Management' actor says on his tweet that he wants to 'make amends' to the 'Two and a Half Men' creator who fired him from the CBS show.
Charlie Sheen wants to make peace with his former boss Chuck Lorre, who fired him from "Two and a Half Men". On early Sunday, November 10, he tweeted, "hey Chuck.
I have an idea that u need to hear after I make amends to you and yours. which I will do in person. xox c."
He attached a picture of People's Choice Award for favorite TV comedy won by the CBS sitcom in 2007. For the record, Lorre doesn't have a Twitter account, so it may take some time for the TV writer/producer to respond to Sheen's offer.
Sheen blasted Lorre back in 2011, calling him "a stupid, stupid little man and a p**sy punk that I'd never want to be like." The actor was later fired and replaced with Ashton Kutcher as the male lead on "Men", while Sheen's character was killed off. Sheen then sued CBS, studio Warner Bros. and Lorre for the dismissal.
Sheen's other recent tweet landed him in trouble after he violated a gag order preventing him from speaking about his child custody case with ex-wife Brooke Mueller.