Sheen, the father of 5, is obviously a man in great emotional and psychological distress and desperately needs an intervention. However, you can't help anyone who doesn't think he has a problem.
When asked by a Good Morning America correspondent whether he had drugs in his house, Sheen responded, "Not to my knowledge." Blank stare.
Perhaps what is even more sad is that if Sheen was a Rapper or Black athlete, his house would have been raided and he would have been arrested on drug charges by now.
Charlie Sheen sat down with the 'Today Show' for a candid conversation Monday morning and gave some insight into what is no doubt one of the more bizarre celebrity stories in recent memory.
CBS, home to Sheen's sitcom 'Two and a Half Men,' voiced concern over the actor's reported drug binges involving multiple porn stars during the past few months -- concern the actor took offense to, claiming he is at war with CBS.
"[We're] definitely at war. The war is that they are trying to destroy my family, trying to take all my money, leaving me with no means to support my family," Sheen told 'Today.' Watch clips from the interview inside!
Sheen, who (until recently) starred in the hit CBS comedy, is lauded as the highest paid television actor, reportedly making close to $2 million an episode.
Those paydays, however, are now long gone, according to CBS. The network released a statement Friday evening announcing it had halted production on the sitcom for the remainder of the season.
"Based on the totality of Charlie Sheen's statements, conduct and condition, CBS and Warner Bros. Television have decided to discontinue production of 'Two and a Half Men' for the remainder of the season," the network said in a statement, first reported by TMZ.
Sheen fired back, claiming he's clean of all drugs.
"Look at me, duh ... drug tests don't lie. The scoreboard doesn't lie," he said.
Sheen said that boredom led him to alcohol and drugs. He has also voiced his distaste with Alcoholics Anonymous and said he overcame his addiction problems himself.
"I closed my eyes and made it so with the power of my mind," he said of his new sobriety. The actor completed treatment with an at-home "crisis management center," which he dubbed the "Sober Valley Lodge."
"It's primary patient achieved radical success," he said with a grin, adding that he's not concerned about relapsing. Sheen labeled those who relapse as "trolls" and "weak."
He also claims he'll not pass up a glass a champagne when celebrating, but has "no interest in cocaine."
And as for continuing his Hollywood career, Sheen said he wants to continue working in TV and movies, hinting that the world has yet to see his best work.
"Come on, bro, I won best picture at 20. I wasn't even trying," he said, adding that he'll continue to work on 'Men,' but not without some more pointed comments aimed at show runner Chuck Lorre over the status of the show's scripts and the fate of the cast and crew.
After spewing out direct questions to Lorre -- including "Why is it that when I was ready to return to work, you told me there were no scripts ready to shoot?" -- Sheen read a passage from the AA Handbook about acceptance.
"Accept me, Chuck," Sheen said. (Source)