Published March 09, 2011
Charlie Sheen has widened his list of targets to include his former "Two and a Half Men" co-star, Jon Cryer.
Cryer had managed to stay out of the fray during Sheen's fall from grace at CBS, but his luck changed on Tuesday.
"Jon has not called me. He's a turncoat, a traitor, a troll. Clearly he's a troll," Sheen told E! News. "He issued a statement. Is it gonna take me calling him a 'traitor, juvenile and scared' for him to get it?"
Cryer has actually not issued an official statement since Sheen was fired from the hit CBS sitcom “Two-And-A-Half Men” on Monday. But he may want to issue one now, because Sheen has not stopped ranting about his enemies since his dismissal, and once you are on his crosshairs, it seems you never escape.
Tuesday night was the latest case in point, as Sheen blasted his list of hated CBS executives one by one with yet another nonsensical, barely decipherable scripted screed on Ustream Tuesday night.
"A high treason has occurred. The scales of justice are in a state of radical disarray. Together we must right this infantile wrong… What happened yesterday was completely and entirely illegal, unconscionable and to quote my lawyer 'really shi**y shi**y suck suck'," Sheen, the self-proclaimed “Malibu Messiah,” said before launching into a strange diatribe in his fourth "Sheen's Korner" webcast, in which he saved his most savage attacks for producer Chuck Lorre – calling him everything from a “silly clown,” to “little worm” and “loser.”
"Where are you hiding you silly clown? Behind your narcissism, your greed, your hatred of yourself, or women?" he continued while puffing away on a cigarette. "Which personality are you cowering beneath for transparent cover? I see you, you little worm, I see you."
Among the gibberish-y quotable quotes, Sheen refered to himself as a “napalm poet,” “Edgar Allen Me 2077,” and claimed his ex bosses used to “beg to attend (his) perfect banquet in the nude.”
Finally, the 45-year-old concluded the broadcast with a stern word of warning to his former studio bosses.
"Defeat is not an option. Stay tuned good soldiers – I'll see you on the battlefield," Sheen declared, adding his web show "Sheen's Korner," "is now for sale as a sports bar."
Sheen’s entertainment value may be starting to wane. The counter on his latest video stream averaged below 60,000 viewers, while his debut webcast on Saturday night hovered around 100,000 viewers.