Warner Bros. gears up for a legal battle with Charlie Sheen
It's been more than a week since Charlie Sheen let loose with a series of vitriolic rants aimed partially at his employers, and since CBS and Warner Bros. canceled the rest of this season of "Two and a Half Men." Earlier this week, Sheen and his lawyer, Martin Singer of Lavely & Singer, warned that a suit could follow if Sheen was not paid for the eight episodes of "Two and a Half Men" that were suspended this season.
Now Warner Bros., which produces the sitcom, is said to have retained the law firm Munger, Tolles & Olsen in preparation for a possible legal battle with the actor. There's more over at our sister blog Company Town.