Charlie Sheen admitted the meltdown that cost him his role in 'Two and a Half Men' last year was a "psychotic break."
Recapping on the "train wreck of a meltdown," E! Online describes how the incidents saw Sheen "enter rehab, ruthlessly rip Two and Half Men showrunner Chuck Lorre and costar Jon Cryer, get fired from the show, embark on a universally trashed national tour, and shack up with a harem of "goddesses."
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The Telegraph reports that he also said he regretted calling Cryer a "troll" and "a traitor", saying: "That was wrong. I whaled on him unnecessarily."
"He just got caught in the crossfire. He's a beautiful man and a f**king fabulous dude and I miss him. I need to repair that relationship, and I will. I will reach out and do whatever is necessary," he continued.
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USA Today explains that the interview comes as Sheen prepares to unveil his new sitcom 'Anger Management,' which he says will be he is "swan song".
When its done, he says, he will focus on spending time with his young children and "it's just going to be about soccer games and amusement parks."