Charlie Sheen was to smooth things over with 'Two And A Half Men' co-creator Chuck Lorre after a bitter feud which saw him sacked from the show.
Charlie Sheen wants to make amends with 'Two And A Half Men' co-creator Chuck Lorre.
The 48-year-old star has offered an olive branch to his former friend - whom he fell out with after he was famously fired him from the programme in 2011 - and promised to reach out to him in person following an appeal on Twitter.
On Sunday (10.11.13) Charlie took to the social network site and wrote: ''Hey Chuck. I have an idea that u need to hear [sic] after I make amends to you and yours. Which I will do in person. xox C (sic)''
The post included an image of the a People's Choice Award the American series won in 2007 for favorite TV Comedy, where Charlie played Charlie Harper.
The decision to sack the 'Anger Management' star was made following comments broadcast during a radio interview, in which he referenced Chuck's real name Charles Levine, calling him 'Chaim Levine', adding that he was a ''stupid little man''.
Charlie also slammed a number of Warner Bros. executives before the show's network, CBS, suspended the final four episodes of the season and fired him.
He then filed a $100 million lawsuit against Chuck however the pair later settled out of court.
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