In fact, the 'Two and a Half Men' star's representative clarified that Cryer owns no account on Facebook or Twitter.
Jon Cryer's publicist has denied reports the actor has opened up about the scandal surrounding his hit sitcom "Two and a Half Men" and the show's star Charlie Sheen on Twitter.com, insisting he doesn't even have an account.
The future of the TV comedy has been thrown into doubt after a public falling out between Charlie Sheen and writer Chuck Lorre after the troubled actor launched a vicious attack on the show creator through the press. The rant prompted producers to pull the show for the rest of the season, and Cryer purportedly took his Twitter page to tell fans he was "too sad" about the news.
However, a spokesperson for Cryer insists he has made no such statement - because he has never been a user of the micro-blogging site. The rep says, "Actually, Jon does not have a Facebook or Twitter account. I would love for you to let folks know this is all bogus."