Hollywood’s notorious bad boy Charlie Sheen wasn’t thrilled with how his character was reintroduced and then subsequently killed off again during last month’s Two and a Half Men finale.
During a brief sidewalk chat with TMZ this week, Sheen lashed out at the show’s creator Chuck Lorre for the move and the myriad inside jokes directed at the actor, saying bluntly: “I don’t care if he lives or dies. It doesn’t matter.”
Sheen then went to issue a not-so-vague threat at Lorre.
“You must feel safe,” said Sheen. “I’m just saying, you must feel safe where you live.”
The duo famously fell out in 2011 and have since been embroiled in a highly publicized feud.
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