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Sheen slams AA and 'Men' in radio rant

Charlie Sheen called into a nationally syndicated radio show on Thursday and unleashed a shocking rant in which he attacked Alcoholics Anonymous and his hit CBS show, “Two and a Half Men.”

“I was told if I went on the attack, they would cancel the show,” Sheen claimed to host Alex Jones in an interview for his radio show, “The Alex Jones Show,” referring to his CBS bosses.

“Are they happy with the $5 billion they made off me?” Sheen asked. “[‘Two and a Half Men’] is a runaway frickin’ juggernaut.”

Sheen made it abundantly clear he doesn’t believe the show can survive without him, telling Jones, “Watch your ratings, dudes. Watch your stupid ratings.

“Do what you’re gonna do — I’ll go make movies with superstars,” he threatened.

His hit sitcom wasn’t Sheen’s only target on Thursday. He also ripped into Alcoholics Anonymous, calling the organization a “cult” and “a bunch of losers,” who he claims are “brainwashing his family.”

Despite his seemingly outrageous behavior, Sheen said he plans on being back to work at his CBS show when production resumes on Tuesday.

“I’ll be early,” he told Jones. “I don’t sleep — I wait.”

A rep for Sheen had no comment about the interview when contacted by Access Hollywood on Thursday.

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