Although CBS shut down production of Two and a Half Men, Charlie Sheen intends to be on the set as scheduled next week.
The actor, 45, who went on a bizarre rampage this week against the show’s creator, Chuck Lorre, has another year left on his contract earning him nearly $2 million an episode.
The show had been on hiatus while Sheen underwent a private rehab program and took a vacation. On Thursday, the network canceled the rest of the season because of what it called his “statements, conduct and condition.”
But Sheen tells ABC’s Good Morning America in a text message from the Bahamas that he’s 100 percent clean and plans to be on the set Tuesday, when he was originally supposed to return.
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