Charlie Sheen To Be Interviewed on “20/20”

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    Charlie Sheen arrives at the Pitkin County Courthouse August 2 in Aspen, Colorado.

    Charlie Sheen is going to have more to say in the coming days.

    ABC’s “20/20” program will air an interview with the actor on Tuesday, The Associated Press reported. The interview was taped after Sheen’s tirade that caused production of his sitcom series “Two and a Half Men” to shut down

    As previously reported, Sheen--who started his rehabilitation following his emergency trip to the hospital last month --was recently on Alex Jones’ radio program and criticized “Two and a Half Men”’s executive producer, Chuck Lorre.

    “I’ve spent next to the last decade effortlessly and magically converting your tin can into pure gold, “ Sheen said. “And the gratitude I get is this charlatan chose not to do his job, which is to write.”

    On Jones’ show, Sheen also criticized Alcoholics Anonymous: "This bootleg cult, arrogantly referred to as Alcoholics Anonymous, reports a 5% success rate. My success rate is 100%. Do the math. ... “

    CBS, the network that airs the TV show, and Warner Bros. Television halted production of “Two and a Half Men” shortly after Sheen’s appearance on Jones’ program, citing the actor’s “statements, conduct and condition,” in a joint statement.

    “20/20”’s interview with Sheen airs this Tuesday at 10 p.m.

    Selected Readings: The Associated Press, CNN, “Show Canceled, But Sheen Vows to Report to Work"