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Enough Is Enough Charlie Sheen Publicist Quits

By Roger Friedman

HollywoodNews.com: Stan Rosenfield, a beloved and honorable press agent, is quitting Charlie Sheen this morning.

Rosenfield has worked for Sheen for eight years, masterfully guiding him through his divorces from both Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller.

Stan –whose other clients include Robert DeNiro, George Clooney, and Kelsey Grammer–has also had to deal with Sheen’s public misbehavior over the years. But the last couple of weeks spelled the end of their relationship. Sheen has run wild, ignoring Rosenfeld and booking TV and radio interviews without him.

As I wrote last week. Stan–a new grandfather–was on a plane from LA to NY for Kelsey Grammer’s wedding when Sheen went ballistic and took on CBS. By the time the plane landed, “Two and a Half Men” was cancelled and Sheen was labeled an anti-Semite. Sheen can blast CBS, Chuck Lorre, and anyone else, by the way. But Hollywood knows and loves Rosenfield.

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One Comment

  • February 28, 2011 | Permalink |

    LOL. Stan is a horrible publicist, and this announcement proves it. A good publicist would have said it was a mutual decision. Stan is a dou.che. Charlie’s better off without him.

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