Charlie Sheen Has NOT Been Banned From The Warner Brothers Lot! Exclusive!

Tue, March 1, 2011 1:40pm EDT by 1 Comment

Contrary to previous reports, Hollywood’s most notorious playboy is allowed on to the WB lot.

Get ready to hear more from Charlie! We’ve got the exclusive scoop that despite his lawsuit against CBS, Charlie Sheen has not been banned from the Warner Brother’s lot as we previously reported.

“Charlie Sheen has been banned from the Warner Brothers lot for Two and a Half Men purposes only. If he wants to make appearances on the talk shows that shoot on the lot, he is more than welcome.” revealed a source exclusively to HollywoodLife.com. “He is also allowed on the lot if he is cast on any other shows.”

George Lopez, Ellen DeGeneres, and Conan O’Brien all film their talk shows on the Warner Brothers lot, and we have a feeling that 45-year-old Charlie will start making the rounds. The Two and a Half Men star’s publicist just threw in the towel, and Charlie is a free bird to dig himself into an even deeper grave. Just this week he’s done Good Morning America, a two part interview with the Today Show, and a 20/20 interview that airs tonight. In all of these he rambles on nonsense about the “goddesses” he lives with, his over the top lifestyle, and his battle with CBS executives.

Charlie’s out-of-control behavior has flown under the radar for so long because he’s kept quiet when scandal breaks. With the absence of his publicist and his rage driven television appearances, Charlie’s reputation could be permanently ruined. What do YOU think? After watching his bizarre interviews and his crazy lawsuit do you think Charlie will ever get his career back on track?

Nicole Fukuoka with reporting by Russ Weakland

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Craig Eliot

Posted at 8:49 PM on March 1, 2011  

His interviews are the best things he’s ever done. Keep ‘em coming! That’s REAL comedy!

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