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Charlie Sheen's absence delays 'Anger Management' team

Charlie Sheen is back in the news again proving he is better than most politicians at dealing with controversy in manners which generates intense public interest. Recently, his no-shows have delayed "Anger Management" production, reports The Hollywood Reporter on March 8, 2014. Sheen's absence from several days of work in recent weeks have forced the show’s studio, Lionsgate, to change production schedules and to use stand-ins for the actor in many scenes.

A view of actor Charlie Sheen in an animated discussion
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Many of the "Anger Management" cast members are reported to have been angered by Sheen's absences and the cast is threatening to stop working if this continues. A Lionsgate spokesperson has however painted a more promising picture of the situation, saying, "Charlie is always ready, willing and able to shoot "Anger Management" and looks forward to returning on Monday." Sheen meanwhile has struggled with substance abuse and had to fight off his critics when he was fired from his former hit sitcom, "Two and a Half Men." Nevertheless, it looks like Lionsgate bet right that his fans still find him very entertaining.

On the personal side of life Sheen has been talking marriage again after a history of failed marriages. However, he refuses to sign pre-nuptial agreement with his porn star fiance, reports Zee Media news. He clearly does not want to risk losing half of his fortune to his porn star fiance Brett Rossi. Sheen insists pre-nups are poison for marriages. Still, he seems happier with his Rossi than he has been in years, and so perhaps the couple will be able to work this out.

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