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Controversial Celebrities

Charlie Sheen: the “bad boy” of Hollywood.

Charlie Sheen is one of Hollywood’s top actors. He’s been in lots of great films, including Platoon (1986) and Wall Street (1987). On television, he’s known for his roles in Spin City and Two and a half Men (for which he was paid $1.2 million per episode!).

But Charlie is also a notorious “bad boy”. In February 2010, he announced that he’d take a break from Two and a Half Men so he could enter a rehab facility. In May, he signed an agreement to return to the sitcom for another two years for a reported $1.8 million per episode. However, on 26th October, police were called to the Plaza Hotel where Charlie was staying and had to remove him after he reportedly caused $7,000 of damage. According to the police, Charlie had been drinking and using cocaine. He was taken to a hospital for observation but later released.

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