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Charlie Sheen reportedly asking for public trial with Warner Bros.

HollywoodNews.com: Charlie Sheen reportedly wants to make sure everything is fair in his lawsuit against Warner Bros. which is why he allegedly wants a public trial.

Sheen is suing Warner Bros. for $100,000,000 due to his firing from ‘Two and a Half Men,’ and he reportedly claims the company wants the matter settled privately, states TMZ.

Sheen is claiming that Warner Bros. wants a private arbitration because they do a lot of business with the judges who handle these matters. As a result, Sheen is reportedly filing and asking for a public trial in a public courthouse.

Do you think Charlie Sheen’s case will be handled publicly?

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  • March 23, 2011 | Permalink |

    Yes. Public trial.

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