A Day in the Life of Charlie Sheen; Biebermania Grips Liverpool; 'The Situation' Stinks at Donald Trump Roast
03.11.11 by reelz
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Yesterday was a day like any other for Charlie Sheen.
— He sued Warner Bros. and Chuck Lorre for $100 million then tweeted, "You corporate trolls were warned. And now you've been served!"
— His house was searched by the LAPD for guns and ammunition, as a possible violation of his restraining order against Brooke Mueller. An antique gun and a couple of bullets were found, but neither were considered a violation.
— He and Brooke Mueller reached a custody pact.
— He announced he's going on tour with a show called "Charlie Sheen LIVE: My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option," which will debut at Detroit's Fox Theater on April 2.
Meanwhile, days after Sheen labeled Two and a Half Men costar Jon Cryer a troll and then partially apologized, Cryer went on Conan to announce that he is, in fact, a troll.
It was Biebermania yesterday in Liverpool as word got out on Twitter that Justin Bieber was staying at the Hard Day's Night Hotel. A crowd estimated at 500 screaming girls forced closure of North John Street, with one teen girl taken to hospital after falling in the crowd.
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino stunk — literally — at the Comedy Central Donald Trump roast, getting heckled and booed for his lame comic delivery, while the New York Post's Don Kaplan claimed The Situation smelled like a hot dog up close, and ignored Kaplan when he was asked if he knew how to spell "bomb."
Quentin Tarantino is suing his neighbor, True Blood creator Alan Ball, over the "obnoxious pterodactyl-like screams" coming from Ball's pet macaws that have "seriously disrupted [his] ability to work as a writer in his home."
Justin Timberlake won't be rocking Jessica Biel's body anymore, as the couple have announced they're over but "there are no hard feelings" and will remain friends.