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

4 Comments

  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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