Charlie Sheen's character on 'Two and a Half Men' is being killed off when the new season premieres in September, according to Producers are considering a number of potential scenarios, which include Sheen's character driving his car over the side of a cliff.
The car-crash ending would be almost true-to-life, considering two of Sheen's cars have taken the tumble down the cliff on Mulholland Drive. Although the first episode of the new series won't be filmed until 5th August 2011, producers of 'Two and a Half Men' are reportedly in agreement that Sheen's character will be killed off. The actor was famously fired from his $1.25 million per episode role on the show by Warner Brothers and Chuck Lorre following his increasingly unpredictable behaviour. He was replaced by the popular Hollywood actor Ashton Kutcher, who is currently preparing to begin work on his first season. As for how Kutcher's character enters the show, reports are suggesting he buys the house Charlie's character owned before plummeting to his death. Sheen is currently embroiled in a bitter $100 million lawsuit with Warner Bros and Lorre over his sacking from the show.
It was reported on Monday (27th June 2011) that Charlie Sheen's final 'goddess' had walked out on him. Model Natalie Kenly apparently left the actor's Beverly Hills pad last week.