NEW YORK (AP) — In the aftermath of the two televised interviews with Charlie Sheen on the network morning shows today, Sheen's publicist has had enough.
Stan Rosenfeld says he's worked with Sheen "for a long time" and cares about him, but can no longer work "effectively" as his publicist.
During his interviews with ABC and NBC, Sheen boasted about his "epic" partying, and said he's fueled by "violent hatred" of his bosses.
He also claimed to have kicked drugs at home.
And, he said if he's going to return to work on the hit CBS series "Two and a Half Men," he wants $3 million an episode.
Sheen told NBC that he's spent years trying to get along with everybody -- but that he's "tired of pretending" that he's "not special."
He told ABC that he plans to sue his bosses on the show, because he has "a whole family to support."
In a third interview, streamed live on TMZ.com, Sheen said he doesn't understand what he did wrong "except live a life that everyone is jealous of."