Charlie Sheen Faces Off With Security Guard at Los Angeles Kings Game (Video)

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When FX Network president John Landgraf first heard the pitch for Charlie Sheen's "Anger Management," few thought he'd bite after having been publicly skeptical of the distribution model being employed, whereby 10 episodes of "Anger" will be produced as a test run.

The actor became enraged when he was not allowed to re-enter the Staples Center after stepping outside to smoke.

Charlie Sheen may need some real life anger management.

The actor was seen getting into a verbal altercation with a female security guard during Wednesday night’s Los Angeles Kings game when, after stepping outside to smoke a cigarette, he was not allowed reentry into the Staples Center.

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“F---ing blow my balls,” he shouted at the guard, as seen in a video captured by TMZ. “It’s common sense and common courtesy that are gone in society,” he later told the cameraman. “Let a guy back in a door he just walked out of, I mean come on.”

Game 4 of the Stanley Cup playoffs saw the New Jersey Devils earn their first victory in the series, dashing the Kings’ hopes of etching their names on the coveted Cup that evening. With a 3-1 lead in the series, the Kings will have three more chances to put another W in the books. Game 6, if necessary, would be played back at Staples on Monday night, though it is not likely that Sheen will be in attendance.

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Along with Sheen, other Hollywood types on hand for the Wednesday’s game included Jerry Bruckheimer, Cuba Gooding Jr., Eric Stonestreet, Vince Vaughn, Al Michaels, Jeremy Renner, LL Cool J, David Boreanaz, Matthew Perry, Will Ferrell, Martin Short, Will Arnett, Alyssa Milano, Ellen Page, Patrick Warburton (famous for his turn as a Devils fan from Seinfeld) and John Ondrasik.