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Charlie Sheen's live 'Violent Torpedo' tour: Not really sold out?

March 28, 2011 | 11:46 am

Sheen The Charlie Sheen F-18 might just crash and burn: A few weeks ago, we told you that Sheen's "My Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour sold out in less than 20 minutes on Ticketmaster, but today, CNBC pointed out that that most of those tickets went to secondary sellers, meaning people don't love Sheen so much as they love the tiger-blood money they can make off him.

Indeed, a Ticketmaster representative confirmed that there are still seats available for the New York and Chicago stops, and a representative at Stubhub confirmed that 1,269 people were selling their tickets to the Detroit show, with main floor tickets going for as little as $13. (Main floor tickets go for around $52 on Ticketmaster.) Stubhub also still shows 1,025 tickets left for the Chicago show, and 1,173 tickets left for the New York show. Meanwhile, tickets are popping up all over EBay and Craigslist. He's gonna need a whole lot more warlocks and goddesses and trolls to keep those seats warm. Not winning!

--Melissa Maerz

Photo: Charlie Sheen. Credit: Ethan Miller / Getty Images

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