Charlie Sheen slams Two and A Half Men creator Chuck Lorre in explicit rant
The actor was axed from the comedy show in 2011 after a week-long bender fuelled by drugs followed by several months of scandal, and was replaced by Ashton Kutcher.
But, judging from Charlie's recent rant, he still isn't happy with the decision and didn't hold back as he slammed Chuck.
Speaking on KIIS FM's Kyle and Jackie O's show, he said that Chuck should "suck my f**king butt", later adding: "He's the most miserable f**king d**chebag, the most talentless f**king sack of s**t of f**king stupid this side of La Brea."
And while he may have had a few choice words to say about the series' creator, he took the opportunity to apologise for lashing out at Ashton when he accepted the role.
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Charlie Sheen slammed Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre
I was stupidly mean to him!
"I was stupidly mean to him!" Charlie admitted. "I overlooked the reality and difficulty of taking over a show… I should have been nicer.
"He was tasked with such an uphill struggle and I was more into my own ego that I wasn't aware of his struggles and for that I am regretful."
Although, Charlie is keen to put the past behind them, he confessed that things are still a little awkward between them.
Recalling a meeting with Ashton at a Los Angeles Dodgers in September last year, he said that the actor was hesitant around him.
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Charlie also claimed that he is responsible for Woody Harrelson's career
"He thought he was going to catch a right cross and I just wanted to give him a hug," the 51-year-old commented. "It was awkward, but I made it fine. I felt bad for him."
Ashton played the role of Walden Schmidt from season nine to 12 of the programme until it ended in 2015.
Meanwhile, the actor also claimed that he was responsible for Woody Harrelson's career, explaining: "I turned down White Men Can’t Jump, because I can’t, then I turned down Indecent Proposal.
"All my friends said, ‘Woody Harrelson should be sending you flowers, you gave him a career’."