Just a day after the announcement that Charlie Sheen will soon be the star of his very own Comedy Central roast comes the news that there’s one topic Sheen and the comedians set to skewer him might want to avoid — the actor’s ex-wife, Brooke Mueller.
According to TMZ, insiders revealed that Mueller considers herself “completely off limits” for the show, and may be willing to take legal action to ensure that’s the case.
“He better not go there,” a source close to Mueller said.
Especially since going there just might violate the terms of the former couple's divorce settlement, which bans Sheen from discussing his ex’s battle with drugs.
Despite all of that, in a statement issued Tuesday, Comedy Central exec Kent Alterman said there’s no Sheen-related subject that is considered taboo for the show.
“Charlie has assured us that nothing will be off limits in the roast ... which scares even us,” he said.
The “Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen” airs Sept. 19.
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