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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Two and a Half Men ex-star Charlie Sheen and Warner Bros. settles lawsuit

After filing a $100 million lawsuit against CBS and Chuck Lorre, the studio and creator behind the this TV series "Two and A Half Men", Charlie Sheen has settled his lawsuit stemming over the Sheens's dismissal from the top-rated U.S. television comedy earlier this year.

Warner Bros. did not put a figure on the settlement. The case had been settled through arbitration.

Sheen was fired from "Two and A Half Men" after publicly insulting Lorre in a series of bizarre interviews. His remarks followed a series of trips to rehab that had forced production on the TV comedy to be suspended in early 2011.

Sheen was replaced on "Two and A Half Men" by Ashton Kutcher. The new season debuted last week to a record 28.7 million U.S. viewers -- a bigger audience than any episodes in the comedy's first eight seasons with Sheen in the starring role as a womanizing bachelor.