Charlie Sheen: TAAHM is cursed

Last updated 10:56 29/11/2012
Charlie Sheen
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CURSE: Charlie Sheen believes Two And a Half Men is hexed.

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Charlie Sheen is convinced that his former show Two and a Half Men is hexed.

The actor experienced a widely publicised breakdown over a year ago and was subsequently dismissed from his starring role on the hit TV show.

During his meltdown Sheen made odd statements claiming he was part warlock and possessed tiger blood.

Teenage actor Angus T. Jones, who portrays Jake Harper in Two and a Half Men, released a YouTube video this week in which he begged people to stop watching the programme - branding it "filth".

Sheen doesn't think all of this crazy talk is coincidental.

"With Angus's Hale-Bopp-like meltdown, it is radically clear to me that the show is cursed," Sheen told People magazine.

TMZ quoted Sheen saying, "obviously, not having been there for some time, the Angus T. Jones that I knew and still love is not the same guy I saw on YouTube yesterday.

"I dare anyone to spend ten years in the laugh-track that is Chuck Lorre's hive of oppression and not suffer some form of an emotional tsunami."

Angus' religious-themed excerpt lasts for 14 minutes and sees the 19-year-old star list reasons why people should not tune in.

The young actor is paid a reported $350,000 for each episode of the series, which he has appeared on since it began in 2003.

The site claims the show's hierarchy have all watched Jones' video, which was posted by an apparently religious channel called The Forerunner Chronicles.

Jones issued a statement yesterday saying he was sorry if his remarks reflected indifference to and disrespect of his colleagues and a lack of appreciation of his opportunities.

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