"If you're watching, tell mom to leave the room," the actor says

By Melody Chiu
Updated March 06, 2011 11:05 AM
Credit: Gilbert Flores/Celebrity Photo

After a week of revealing interviews, Charlie Sheen kicked off his Saturday night Webcast with a message to his children: “Daddy loves you.”

Taking swigs from a baby-blue sippy cup, the 45-year-old actor also relayed a warning to his estranged wife, Brooke Mueller, with whom he’s involved in a custody fight over their twins, who turn 2 next month.

Apparently addressing the boys, Sheen said, “If you’re watching, tell mom to leave the room. It’s on.”

The Two and a Half Men star, donning a grey hat and black T-shirt with a neon green dollar sign, drew more than 100,000 viewers to his 50-minute show, which he called Sheen’s Korner.

Along with a group of friends that included just one “goddess,” Natalie Kenly, Sheen revealed a new left wrist tattoo with his catch phrase “winning,” bashed Dr. Drew Pinsky and Nancy Grace and displayed his affection for “winners” Colin Farrell and Sean Penn.

At the end of his inaugural web cast, Sheen thanked his viewers for tuning in to his “maiden madcap experiment.”

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