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article imageCharlie Sheen accused of anti-Semitic remarks in rants

By Chris Stewart     Feb 26, 2011 in Entertainment
"Two and a half Men" star Charlie Sheen has continued his public verbal sparring with the network and creator of his hit show, using language that has been called "borderline anti-Semitic" by the Anti-Defamation League
"Two and a half Men" network CBS has already canceled the remainder of the season and docked Sheen his remaining pay, but the battle rages on in Sheen's mind, and he is not mincing words in terms of his feelings for the show, the network, and its creator Chuck Lorre.
According to E! Online, the troubled actor's latest outbursts came during an interview with former "Access Hollywood" host Pat O'Brien.
Sheen has reportedly used both vitriolic and bizarre language to both describe his "power", "magic", "poetry", and "fire-breathing fists" as well as the "turds", "losers", and "nazis", that are the enemies of his own righteous indignation.
Sheen claims to be sober.
Recently, the Anti-Defamation League took note of Sheen's repeated snarling insistence on referring to "Two and a half Men" creator Chuck Lorre by his Hebrew name, "Chaim Levine". While Sheen has made no outright remarks and Lorre being Jewish or about Jewish people in general, he has made an odd habit of referring to Lorre as "Chaim" as he lambastes, insults, and threatens him.
He is quoted as having said to TMZ; "I violently hate Chaim Levine. He's a stupid, stupid little man..."
Sheen also has made a mark of using battlefield imagery in his screeds, saying to Pat O'Brien:
"We are at war, and there are ways to deal with these clowns and take all their money."
According to Sheen himself, the actor is currently relaxing in the Bahamas and planning his next move.
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