The TV world is eagerly awaiting the return of Two and a Half Men actor Charlie Sheen following his decision to undergo rehab to address his substance abuse problems of late. Sheen, 45, has fallen off the wagon very recently and has gone through several issues in the past year including facing accusations of battery and assault of his estranged wife Brooke Mueller as well as other things that have been the subject of gossips and rumors.
This is not the first time Charlie has been in the news. In the 1990s he was called to testify in the Heidi Fleiss trial because he used her service. He divorced his first wife amid accusations of abuse.
Production of the hit TV show Two and a Half Men has been halted as a result of Sheen’s rehab stint but his spokesperson has already released a statement to the effect that Charlie is most likely going back to work by the end of February.
This news comes as a good relief to those who love the comedian as well as his friends and family who continue to stand by him through everything his has gone through and is still going through. As has been previously reported, CBS is keeping its fingers crossed that Charlie will get through rehab just fine and get back to work as soon as possible. According to news, this large broadcasting company is said to to be at risk of losing over $250 million if Two and a Half Men goes off the air permanently.