“They showed up in droves with banners and songs, all types of fanfare and celebration of, you comprehend, what I think was a very public display of a mental well-being moment.”
Charlie Sheen is revisiting the “unfortunate sequence of public and insane events” that dominated the media 10 years ago.
Over the course of an interview with Yahoo! Entertainment, the actor, 55, recalled his public downward spiral that led to his firing from “Two and a Half Men” in 2011 and bizarre interviews where he popularized the terms “winning” and “tiger’s blood.”
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