Charlie Sheen in Rehab: What Happens to 'Two and a Half Men?'
The Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen is in rehab now. On Tuesday, Charlie Sheen's publicist announced that he was entering rehab, and the production of Two and a Half Men will be suspended temporarily.
Charlie Sheen's rep told the studio that he should be in rehab for only 2 weeks. If Sheen's rehab treatment lasts longer than that, it could affect the production of Two and a Half Men, with 6 more episodes left to be shot for this season.
The actor's spokesman, Stan Rosenfield, described his client's decision to enter rehab as a "preventative measure" and added he would "take some time off" from the series.
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In 2008, TV Guide ranked Charlie Sheen as the highest paid actor on TV, making close to $20 million a year, $825,000 every episode.
Meanwhile, Charlie Sheen's wife Brooke Mueller also entered rehab, and recently changed facility due to a privacy breach.