Never one for shying away from controversy, Charlie Sheen gave a bizarre interview to an Australian radio station this morning, where he took credit for Woody Harrelson’s entire career and called out Chuck Lorre, again.

But perhaps more surprisingly, Sheen had some kind words for Ashton Kutcher, the actor who replaced him after he was fired from sitcom ‘Two And a Half Men’.

Charlie Sheen in NovemberCharlie Sheen thinks he should be receiving flowers from Woody Harrelson

Speaking to the Kyle and Jackie O Show from his Los Angeles home, Sheen revealed he turned down roles in White Men Can’t Jump and Indecent Proposal, both of which went to Woody Harrelson.

“I turned down White Men Can’t Jump, because I can’t, then I turned down Indecent Proposal,” Sheen revealed. “All my friends said, ‘Woody Harrelson should be sending you flowers, you gave him a career’.”

Looking back on his acrimonious exit from ‘Two And a Half Men’ at the height of his personal problems, Sheen said: “I made four billion for that studio, and I got fired.”

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Since his firing from the sitcom six years ago, Sheen has made no secret about his ill feelings towards the show’s creator Chuck Lorre. “The most ridiculous impostor, Chuck Lorre, I hope you’re listening,” he said live on air. “Hey Chuck: Suck my f**king butt.”

But the actor did admit he regrets how he treated his replacement on the show, Ashton Kutcher, as Sheen himself knows what its like to take over the lead role on a popular sitcom.

“I was stupidly mean to him, because I overlooked the difficulty of taking over a show — which I did myself, I took over Spin City when Michael J Fox was too sick,” Sheen admitted. “I should’ve been nicer. He was tasked with such an uphill struggle, and I was mired in my own ego. For that I am regretful.”