By The Associated Press
Not surprisingly, Charlie Sheen now has beef with yet another celebrity — and he wants the world to know it! This time the troubled actor is taking his aggression out on his former Two and a Half Men costar Jon Cryer.
Sheen says his onscreen brother has not phoned him since his battle of words with show creator Chuck Lorre or his subsequent firing. “He’s a turncoat, a traitor, a troll,” Sheen told E! News. “Clearly he’s a troll. He issued a statement. Is it gonna take me calling him a ‘traitor, juvenile and scared’ for him to get it?”
But Sheen might be a little confused. The website said it has repeatedly asked for a statement from Cryer but that the actor has declined to say anything publicly about Sheen.
Additionally, a source told the site that Cryer did reach out and that he and Sheen have communicated but that “out of respect,” Cryer would have nothing to say to anyone else.
Still, Sheen continues his bashing, saying even if Cryer did call him, the conversation would be short. “What’s there to say? I’ll tell him ‘You’re a little late. Goodbye, troll,'” Sheen said. “When I’m starring in multimillion-dollar films and he’s begging me for a supporting role I’ll say, ‘You left me out in the cold with all of your guilt and stupidity.'”
On the other hand, Sheen did appreciate gestures of support from some other cast and crew of the show, specifically citing several who are “not trolls” because they reached out and called him. Most notably “half man” Angus T. Jones, Conchata Ferrell (Berta the housekeeper), Melanie Lynskey (Rose the neighbor), Marin Hinkle (Judith Harper) and show director Jamie Widdoes.
Sheen also might be feeling more benevolent toward another costar after she had only nice things to say about him. Actress Holland Taylor, who plays Sheen’s mother on the show, told the AP that, “Charlie was cordial and polite with all of his cast mates and crew, sometimes even courtly — and always witty.” She added that this is a “sad” and “complicated” time but that she had no other comments “beyond valuing my own history with Charlie, and my abiding affection for him.”