Charlie Sheen's Rep Denies He Fired Literary Agent

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Solters -- who has repped ACDC and Guns N' Roses, among others -- says Sheen had never even hired an agent named Peter McGuigan, depite reports saying otherwise.

Charlie Sheen's new publicist, Larry Solters (who started a few weeks after Sheen's longtime rep, Stan Rosenfield, quit in late February) is denying reports the actor fired a literary agent.

Solters -- who has repped ACDC and Guns N' Roses, among others -- says Sheen had never even hired an agent named Peter McGuigan, depite reports saying otherwise.

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According to the report, Sheen wanted $10 million for his book, Apocalypse Me, a title he announced earlier on Twitter. Several publishers told the AP they rejected the book because of its price and his unpredictable behavior.

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Sheen's “Charlie Sheen LIVE: My Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour kicks off April 2 in Detroit. (He'll make about $300,000 from the first two shows.)

 

 


 

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