Charlie Sheen ‘feuding with Selma Blair’
Charlie Sheen and Selma Blair are said to have fallen out so dramatically that Charlie no longer wants to work with her on TV show Anger Management.
The stars appear alongside each other in Anger Management, which marked Charlie's return to TV after he left Two and a Half Men. He plays a therapist in the show, while Selma is his character's colleague and occasional love interest.
At first the pair had a strong working relationship, with Selma publicly praising "charismatic" Charlie. Things are now thought to have soured, with TMZ claiming Charlie dismissed Selma from the show in the heat of the moment.
It's alleged that Selma had some concerns about the working environment, so spoke to show bosses. She is said to have called Charlie's work ethic into question and claimed he was often late.
The actor apparently found out about the conversation and became irate. According to the site, he fumed that he has a lot more lines to learn that Selma and thought she had no reason for the complaints.
"But sources close to Sheen tell us the actor did more than just complain... he told everyone he fired Selma altogether - although it's unclear how official it was," reports the site.
The actor is then said to have told show bigwigs that he won't work with Selma if she comes to set when they are scheduled to shoot.
He has also reportedly already taken steps to replace Selma. He apparently wants Mila Kunis to sign up to the show for ten episodes and has suggested she received $1 million for each of them. Mila's partner Ashton Kutcher joined Two and a Half Men after Charlie left.
Those involved with Anger Management are apparently hoping Charlie and Selma put their differences aside and can continue working together.
Charlie was sacked from Two and a Half Men in 2011 following his public meltdown, in which he publicly slammed its creator Chuck Lorre.
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