The lawsuit between Charlie Sheen and Warner Bros. TV over "Two and a Half Men" ended Monday when the two sides agreed to settle, with Sheen receiving $25 million, reports TheWrap.com.
The two sides were thought to be close to settling since last week, as previously reported, with the figure ranging from $25 million to $100 million. Sheen had sought $100 million.
According to TheWrap.com, the settlement’s $25 million will cover back-end payments for Sheen’s appearances on the show.
Warner Bros. said both sides agreed to keep the terms confidential.
Sheen has been more friendly toward the hit CBS show lately, and has even indicated that he would be interested in making a guest appearance on “Men,” the story reports. His character, however, has been killed off on the show.