1. Perfection? Pshaw! Sheen’s claim that he was still killing it at work no matter how little he rehearsed or how much he partied is absolute BS, according to Warner Bros. He had “difficulty remembering his lines and hitting his marks
2. We Prefer Our Stars Alive, Not Shooting:
3. Chatty Charlie: Sheen’s series of radio call-ins before the show was suspended turned up the heat, and his postsuspension interviews decimated the thin ice he was already on.
4. Section 12: While Sheen’s team, headed up by Singer, says it plans to go after CBS and Warner Bros. for breach of contract, they say they had every legal right to axe the star
5. Section 13: Sheen’s own admission that he’d only go back to work if the “turds” currently in charge were replaced and some major changes were made also violates Section 13b of his contract’s Standard Terms and Conditions, according to Warner Bros.