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Charlie Sheen Settles Suit over His Firing from 'Two and a Half Men'


Charlie Sheen has settled his $100 million suit against Warner Bros. Television and producer Chuck Lorre for his firing from the hit TV show Two and a Half Men.

The amount of the settlement was confidential, report Bloomberg News and the Associated Press.

Sheen had claimed breach of contract and discrimination based on a belief that Sheen suffered from bipolar disorder. A previous report said Sheen would get an immediate payment of $25 million under the settlement.

The show is continuing with Ashton Kutcher playing an Internet billionaire who bought the home once owned by Sheen’s character.

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