Hollywood Parlor Game: Who Pays if Sheen is Unable to Make ‘Two and a Half Men’ for an Extended Time?

Feb 25, 2010  •  Post A Comment

A  guessing game has begun in Hollywood over who might be financially liable if Charlie Sheen has to take an extended absence from “Two and a Half Men,” reports The Hollywood Reporter.

Sheen this week checked himself into rehab. He also faces felony and misdemeanor assault charges from a domestic incident involving his wife on Christmas Day.

Sheen, THR says, likely has a “morals clause" in his contract for the show, which could leave him financially liable for any losses caused by his behavior. Insurance policies also often include a “key man" provision, but the show’s policy could exclude known issues, and Sheen has previously had known substance abuse issues.

–Elizabeth Jensen


  1. Let ROSE take up the slack.
    It would be hilarious to feature Rose as a house – sitter in Charlie’s absence.

  2. Mabey the show’s time is over. The growing kid is not funny anymore actually he’s anoying.

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