Charlie Sheen sued for $20 million over reality TV project
By Tim Kenneally
Charlie Sheen might be spending more time in court than he had anticipated soon.
The recently axed "Two and a Half Men" star, who's currently suing his former bosses, Chuck Lorre and Warmer Bros. TV for $100 million, is himself facing a $20 million lawsuit, according court documents obtained by TheWrap.
Television producer Ed Meyer filed his lawsuit in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Tuesday, claiming that Sheen conspired to ruin a reality TV deal between himself and Sheen's estranged uncle, Joe Estevez.
in Hollywood, you sue me, I sue you, we sue them....
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I reallt don't feel sorry for him at all. He brought this on himself with his complete lack of judgment and common sense. He had everything and threw it away for hookers, porn stars, and drugs. The thing is, he's not shying away from it at all. That's just stupid in my opinion
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