Charlie Sheen to Pay Crew of "Two and a Half Men": Report
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Charlie Sheen is coming to the rescue of the production crew of Two and Half Men.
The show's star has offered to pay the workers for the two weeks lost while he's been in a rehab program, reports New York.
According to the arrangement first reported by TMZ, Sheen, 45, will pony up a third of the crew's pay if Warner Bros. and CBS pick up the other two thirds.
Warner Bros. has so far not confirmed the report.
Sheen, one of TV's highest paid and most volitale actors, has been in rehab in a non-disclosed location since January 28 after experiencing severe abdominal pain at a party he hosted at his Beverly Hills home.
Selected Reading: New York, TMZ, Hollywood Reporter