Sheen, who was fired from his hit sitcom “Two and a Half Men” by Warner Brothers and producer Chuck Lorre, had sued the network for breach of contract and a whole bunch of other things.
At first, lawyers thought Sheen would loose and the suit would be dropped.
But word tonight is that a settlement is near that will put nearly $100 million dollars in Sheen’s pocket.
TMZ is reporting that Sheen will immediately get $25 million for work that was already completed before he was fired, and then another $75 million over the next ten years for the estimated syndication revenue of shows already in the can.
We also hear that Sheen was looking for much more, but really… who could not be happy with $100 Mil?
For his part, Sheen has lined up a new show “Anger Management” that will probably be aired in 2012.
Life is good for Uncle Charlie once again.
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