The actor reportedly tells his friends that the show's bosses could not fire him despite his personal problems because there is 'morals clause' in his contract.
Charlie Sheen's starring role in "Two and a Half Men" is safe despite his recent personal problems - because there is no morality clause in his contract, according to a U.S. report. The actor checked into rehab in January this year after he was hospitalized with a hernia following a wild party with five women, including porn star Kacey Jordan.
But Sheen's antics will not affect his working life - producers of the hit show failed to include a clause in his contract ordering him not to misbehave, according to TMZ.com. The website reports Sheen has told pals, "That's my personal life. My contract protects me. They can't fire me."
Charlie Sheen was recently reported offering to pay his out-of-work "Two and a Half Men" crew after he decided to undergo home rehab.