Sheen’s War Goes Nuclear
Lawyers for all sides share with THR their strategies for "winning."
When attorney Marty Singer received a phone message March 4 from Warner Bros. litigator John Spiegel, who said he was calling to discuss Charlie Sheen, Singer thought perhaps Spiegel wanted to talk about a possible settlement of the public standoff that had ground CBS’ Two and a Half Men to a halt. After all, two days earlier, Singer had fired off one of his infamous letters demanding that the studio immediately resume production of his client’s hit sitcom or risk a multimillion-dollar breach-of-contract lawsuit. So Singer left Spiegel his own message, saying he was ready to chat.
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