A member of the Hollywood bad boy club for decades, the "Two and a Half Men" star has seen his share of scandals. Such as an alleged meltdown in a New York hotel room in October 2010, which resulted in his hospitalization. Officials said Sheen's companion that night, a porn star named Christina Walsh (or Capri Anderson to her fans), locked herself in the bathroom and called for help as he allegedly tore apart their hotel room looking for a missing -- albeit expensive -- watch. Walsh filed a criminal complaint against Sheen in November 2010. Sheen's camp countered, claiming she stole from him and tried to extort money. In September 2011, Charlie Sheen, Warner Bros. and Chuck Lorre signed a deal to put Sheen's $100-million lawsuit out of its misery and settling the matter with a $25 million payout to Sheen. The man who was once TV's highest paid actor sued his former bosses in March, just days after he was fired from "Two and a Half Men." The three have been at odds since Warner Bros. shut down production of the CBS sitcom to force Sheen to seek treatment for substance abuse issues. Warner Bros. later fired the actor after he publicly criticized the studio and showrunner Lorre.
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