Charlie Sheen claims, 'Never been drunk, never been high on the set' - What do you think?
After a revealing interview with radio host Dan Patrick on Monday, the troubled actor was back on the show on Wednesday to clarify his previous comments and talk about his desire to return to work on "Two and a Half Men."
During the interview, the actor tells Patrick he has "never been drunk, never been high on the set once. But would show up having not slept much."
The "Two and a Half Men" star is currently being treated at home for his drug and alcohol addictions. Production of CBS' "Two and a Half Men" has been placed on hiatus while the actor gets help.
"People need to understand how supremely grateful I am that somebody stepped in here," the actor said about the support he got from an unnamed person from the network. "Basically, Viacom showed up at my house and said, 'Dude, dude, it's getting really obvious and we're really worried about you."
He adds, "They came in and man to man said, 'We have to shut it down.' This was the only person in my life with the power to do this."
According to Sheen the show is set to return to production on February 28 and the actor is due back on March 1.
The actor was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center early morning on January 27. The hospital stint was the second time in six months that Sheen was brought to the hospital following late-night partying. Sheen was reportedly partying with several adult film stars late into the evening, including porn star Kacey Jordan.
Sheen was also hospitalized in New York in October after spending the night at a hotel with porn star Capri Anderson, who accused Sheen of becoming violent. Sheen was taken to the hospital for psychiatric evaluation. His spokesman had said at that time that the actor reacted badly to medication.
"I heal really quickly, but I also unravel really quickly, so get me right now, guys," the actor previously told Patrick. "Get. Me. Right. Now."
During the show, he also offered advice to Lindsay Lohan. "Work on your impulse control," Sheen said. "Just try to think things through a little bit before you do them."