Wannabe Vatican Assassins Put on Notice: Charlie Sheen-Linked Company Files Applications to Trademark Actor’s Colorful Catchphrases

Apr 6, 2011  •  Post A Comment

Hyro-gliff, a company linked to Charlie Sheen, has filed applications to trademark 22 catchphrases uttered by the former "Two and a Half Men" star during his media campaign last month, reports RadarOnline.com.

The phrases include "Duh, Winning," "Tiger Blood," and "Rock Star From Mars," the piece notes. Also on the list: ‘Vatican Assassin,” “Sober Valley Lodge” and “Sheen’s Goddesses.”

The company also applied to trademark Sheen’s name and signature, as well as phrases used in the title of his current stage production, "Violent Torpedo of Truth" and "Defeat Is Not an Option," the story adds.

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  1. Getting a little crazy isn’t it? Trying to own whatever crazy catchphrase coming out of his mouth – soon he’ll own all words and we’ll all have to negotiate the right to even speak!-) Charlie’s ‘BiPolar’ problem is getting a little tiring isn’t it?

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