Charlie Sheen Claims He's Writing a Memoir

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Titled "When the Laughter Stopped," the book will expose what went down behind the scenes on "Two and a Half Men," he tells TMZ.

Charlie Sheen plans to write a biography about his eight years working on Two and a Half Men.

The troubled actor tells TMZ that the book, tentatively titled When the Laughter Stopped, will expose everything that went down behind the scenes of his recently shut down comedy.
Sheen, 45, hopes to sell publishing rights to the memoir for at least $10 million, according to TMZ.
Following the news that CBS was terminating production for the rest of the current season of Men, Sheen went on a media rampage, calling the Men set "a toxic environment" and publicly challenging producer Chuck Lorre to a fight.