Charlie Sheen holds live webcast called 'Sheen's Korner'
Charlie Sheen held a live webcast from his mansion or "Sober Valley Lodge," as he's taken to calling it, at 7 p.m. pacific time on Saturday night.
The actor announced to his 1.8 million Twitter followers that "Sheen's Korner" would be broadcast on Ustream.tv, which could be seen here.
Surrounded by a small group of friends, including one of his porn star girlfriends, Sheen talked about everything from promoting products to slamming his homeowners association.
He even took a swipe at Alcoholics Anonymous.
The actor read from his book of published poetry and showed off a new tattoo of his slogan, "winning."
Sheen announced on his Twitter page on Friday night that Rachel Oberlin "left the building" and "Applications now being accepted" for her replacement in his self-proclaimed Porn Family. The actor told TMZ later in the day that his "goddess" had returned.
"She came back, my bad all good. Love her with the three parts of my heart," Sheen told entertainment site TMZ. Sheen also explained why his goddess was upset, in the most unique way possible.
"I chipped one of my warlock fangs on a great white shark I had to murder" Charlie said. "Pissed me off and like an (expletive) I took it out on her."
Sirius XM radio announced on Thursday that they would launch a 24-hour Charlie Sheen news and discussion channel called "Tiger Blood Radio," starting on Saturday. The station can be found on Sirius Channel 108 and XM Channel 139. Howard Stern offered Sheen his own Sirius XM show on Wednesday and Sheen reportedly responded, "Interested. Radical. Winning."
On Thursday, Sheen claimed on that he had come to a verbal agreement with Brooke Mueller after she filed a temporary restraining order and removed their twin sons from his care, citing domestic violence and calling him "insane."
Sheen's recent interviews have sparked a plethora of catch phrases which have turned into an online trend on social networks like Twitter. When actor David Arquette got in a car accident on Friday, he announced that he was fine even though he did not wear his seatbelt because he has "dragon's blood."
On Friday evening, Sheen appeared on NBC's "Dateline" and shared home videos with the audience. Watch a clip from the show below.