The warlock is a little sorry.
Charlie Sheen apologized to his former “Two and Half Men” co-star Jon Cryer yesterday after calling him a “turncoat, a traitor, a troll.”
“I’ll say I’m sorry right now, I was in a mood,” he said on K-Earth, a Los Angeles radio station. On Tuesday, Sheen slammed Cryer for not supporting him in his nasty tussle with “Men” creator Chuck Lorre.
Sheen, who was fired from his hit sitcom on Monday, also endorsed his rumored replacement, Rob Lowe, in a later interview on Dan Patrick’s ESPN Radio show.
“I've been talking to Rob, he's a buddy of mine, he's a beautiful man, he's a brilliant actor, and I hope he does it and kicks its a-- because I still get paid,” Sheen said.
The show initially went on hiatus last month after Sheen went on a 36-hour drug, booze and porn star sex binge at his Beverly Hills mansion.
The 45-year-old actor has been assaulting the airwaves with live streaming video feeds where he usually appears unhinged, ranting and manic. Yesterday, however, he suggested that he’s ready to disappear, telling Patrick, “This could be my final interview.”