At a tour stop in Washington Tuesday night, Charlie Sheen said he was high during all eight years he starred on Two and a Half Men. Considering the source, though, that's hardly shocking news.
But the actor, who is clearly NOT headed back to Two and a Half Men, also claimed he had a new show in the works, one he would only describe as "epic." It might be tough to top his online series, however.
In other, more admirable Sheen news, he touched down in Alabama this week to assess the damage left in that region by a recent tornado. Tweeted the actor: "I'm in Tuscaloosa. it's beyond words."
To his credit (yes, we just wrote that about Charlie Sheen), the star has launched a Torpedoes Against Tornados website to raise money for victims of the natural disaster. The move follows recent charitable endeavors that include contributions to help a bipolar-awareness group in Canada and assisting the family of a beaten San Francisco Giants fan.