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Charlie Sheen reportedly borrowed $10 million from Warner Bros.

HollywoodNews.com: Charlie Sheen may have been dealing with some money issues last year because it seems that he had to borrow about $10 million from Warner Bros. before the most recent season of ‘Two and a Half Men’ started.

After getting the money in an agreement, it was then reported that Sheen was to pay back the $10 million within the first 13 episodes of the season, states TMZ. He reportedly had a certain amount deducted from every paycheck and with the 14th episode, he paid off interest.

Sheen wasn’t fired until the 16th episode, so Warner Bros. did get all their money back.

Considering Sheen made about $2 million an episode, it seems odd that he would need the money in advance.

Why do you think Charlie Sheen needed all that money upfront?

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