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Charlie Sheen: Everybody Went “Insane” Over “Bad Night”



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    Charlie Sheen said everything's A-okay.

    Charlie Sheen said he’s entitled to "one bad night.”

    The “Two and a Half Men” star appeared in a paparazzi-style video Monday, telling Extra he was “doing great” two weeks after allegedly rampaging a swanky Manhattan hotel room in the buff while inebriated.

    "A guy has one bad night and everybody goes insane and panics and, uh, you know I'm not panicking," Sheen said from inside a car.

    He acknowledged having lost a rare watch worth $150,000 in the bizarre Oct. 26 incident, which his publicist later chalked up to “an adverse allergic reaction to some medication.” Sheen was briefly hospitalized after the meltdown before returning to Los Angeles.

    “It’s still missing but the way I look at it, if you have expensive tastes, you gotta be prepared for expensive losses," Sheen told Extra of the watch. “It is what it is.”

    The actor was not asked about having filed to divorce wife Brooke Mueller last week.

    He said fans should “be excited” about his upcoming work on “Men,” which last week scored a ratings bump, amid swirling rumors and revelations surrounding his personal life.

    “Doing great. Just finished a show,” Sheen said. “That’s about it. Back to work. Everything’s good.”

    Selected Reading: Extra, People, IMDB