Charlie Sheen and Warner Bros. may have settled their lawsuit over “Two and a Half Men,” but they’re apparently not quite finished with their legal hassles.
Warner Bros., Sheen’s former employer, sent a cease-and-desist letter to the actor demanding that he, his new network FX and Debmar-Mercury, the production company behind “Anger Management,” his upcoming sitcom, stop using WB photos to promote the show, TheWrap.com reports.
Sheen has reportedly been distributing WB photos in connection with appearances to market the show to international and U.S. buyers, including at last month’s NATPE conference.
According to the publication, representatives for FX and Debmar-Mercury declined to comment, and Sheen’s attorney did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
As reported previously, Sheen sued Warner Bros. for $100 million after he was fired from his lead role on “Two and a Half Men,” eventually resulting in a $25 million settlement for Sheen covering back-end payments for his work on the series.