Why Charlie Sheen Returned This Week to the Warner Bros. Lot — After Being Banned From the Lot Two Years Ago

Apr 12, 2013  •  Post A Comment

Actor Charlie Sheen returned to the scene of much of the drama associated with his 2011 public meltdown, the Warner Bros. lot — where he was banned at the height of tensions between the actor and “Two and a Half Men” creator Chuck Lorre.

Deadline.com reports that Sheen “set foot on the lot for the first time, appearing on ‘Conan’ to promote his cameo in ‘Scary Movie 5.’” Sheen’s return to the lot this week was in contrast to his previous appearance two years ago, as this time “he arrived in a military tank, joined inside by two ‘goddesses,’” the report notes.

Sheen commented on his return visit: “When we pulled up to the gate, they ran like a really intense security check. Not that intense … but I used to be able to just cruise on in. Not anymore.”

“But some things haven’t changed,” the story reports, “like Sheen harboring bad feelings against ‘Men’ executive producer Chuck Lorre and Warner Bros., which fired him from the show. He said he deals his anger issues by whacking a watermelon-filled duffel bag with a bat and imagining there is ‘a Warner Bros. executive hugging Chuck Lorre’ inside.”

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