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Charlie Sheen may not re-sign with “Two and a Half Men”

HollywoodNews.com: Charlie Sheen has been in a rocky battle with his wife Brooke Mueller and the same has been true for his professional life. His show “Two and a Half Men” went on hiatus near the end of February due to Sheen leaving to attend rehab for “preventative measures.” Now it looks like his future on the show is up in the air and fans may not get to see their favorite “men” for very much longer.

Sources close to the situation are stating that Sheen may be ready to move on and is thinking about “the next thing,” reports TMZ. Another source added, “Charlie is really into his sobriety now. He likes the show but it brings back bad memories.” The new negotiations could bring in from $60-100 million in the next two years for Sheen, but that isn’t even a factor in his decision.

I guess when you have a boat load of money, what’s $60 million more?

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