Charlie Sheen is up and Tweeting again and is expected to respond to his recent firing by Warner Bros. Television in what has been dubbed his "Final Broadcast of Sheen's corner," in a reTweet featured on Sheen's Twitter page by Brad Wyman, the Director Of Programming Of Wytv, a LiveStream online TV Channel that features Sheen's show.
On Wednesday, Sheen called out his former "Two and a Half Men" co-star Jon Cryer in an interview with E! News.
"Like I said: You're with me, or you're with the trolls," Sheen told the website referring to Cryer. "Obviously he's with the trolls."
"Jon has not called me. He's a turncoat, a traitor, a troll," the actor continued. "Clearly he's a troll. He issued a statement. Is it gonna take me calling him a 'traitor, juvenile and scared' for him to get it?"
Sheen adds that many of his "Two and a Half Men" co-stars like Angus T. Jones, Conchata Ferrell, Melanie Lynskey and Marin Hinkle were "not trolls" because they had spoken with him.
If Cryer tries to reach out to him now the actor adds, "What's there to say? I'll tell him, 'You're a little late. Goodbye, troll."
An unnamed source close to Cryer reportedly tells the site that Cryer has reached out to Sheen but did not comment to the media out of respect.
Meanwhile it was announced that Sheen will take to his UStream show "Sheen's Korner" at 7 p.m. PT to make his first on camera public response to being fired from "Two and a Half Men."
"#Fastball; The Warlock is hungry. Hungry for corporate flesh," Sheen wrote in a Tweet on Wednesday. "Live tonite - 7p PST. 'Building the perfect torpedo' my manifesto @ustream ybw."
"After careful consideration, Warner Bros. Television has terminated Charlie Sheen's services on "Two and a Half Men" effective immediately," the production company said in a statement on Monday, saying in a legal letter that the actor "appears to be very ill."
Production on "Two and a Half Men," which tells of the life of a party-loving bachelor who lives with his brother and nephew, was suspended in January after Sheen, the highest-paid star on television, began treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. Filming on the show was halted in late February after he ranted against Lorre in a radio interview.
Warner Bros. Television's attorneys state in the legal letter about Sheen's firing that the actor committed "felony offenses involving moral turpitude" that it says "interfered with his ability to fully and completely render all material services required."
Sheen's ramblings have in recent days become more incoherent and profanity-laced. A recent webcast featured the actor holding a lit lighter in front of the camera, comparing scripted television to cat droppings and acting ambivalent about his recently-deceased pet dog.
It was reported recently that Sheen is in talks with billionaire Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team, to possibly develop a reality series or talk show for the cable network HDNet.
Sheen has not spoken about a deal but the actor did name Cuban as one of three "Gnarls Gnarlingtons," aka winners, on his first uStream webcast show, "Sheen's Korner," which took place on Saturday.