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Charlie Sheen's media offensive marches on

Charlie Sheen has been on the publicity offensive this week, doing asmany interviews as he can to discuss his infamous fallout with CBS andthe creator of <em>Two and a Half Men</em>, capping it off with a 45-minute live chat with TMZ in his backyard.

Charlie Sheen has been on the publicity offensive this week, doing as many interviews as he can to discuss his infamous fallout with CBS and the creator of Two and a Half Men, capping it off with a 45-minute live chat with TMZ in his backyard.



When asked about his 10-month-old twin sons, Sheen motioned to the house and said, “They’re right in there somewhere.” And when asked who was watching the toddlers, Sheen said, “Everybody here is parenting the kids. They're running into walls, but they're screaming 'Da-Da' when they do it” Shortly after the interview, Sheen’s long-term publicist, Stan Rosenfield, quit. In response, Sheen told TMZ, “He's not allowed to quit, so you're fired.”

 
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