Jon Cryer is opening up about his time acting with Charlie Sheen and the report comes right when Corey Feldman prepares to re-release his documentary (My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys. In the shocking documentary, Corey Feldman meticulously lays out allegations of a pedophile network that surrounded the now 48-year-old actor and activist as well as allegations that Charlie Sheen raped Corey Haim on the set of Lucas when Haim was only 13-years-old and Charlie Sheen was approximately 19. Charlie Sheen denied the allegations through a statement by his publicist.
The son of critically acclaimed actor Martin Sheen and Janet Sheen, Charlie Sheen is best known for his role as Charlie Harper on Two and a Half Men. Sheen played the role from 2003 until 2011 when he was fired from the show and replaced with Ashton Kutcher.
Angus T. Jones, who played Jake Harper worked on the series before leaving on May 9, 2013. He did return for the finale. Angus T. Jones played Jake Haper from the ages of 10 until 20 years old. After leaving the series, he appeared in one episode of Louis C.K.’s series Horace and Pete before leaving Hollywood.
Jon Cryer spoke about the public showdown that took place with Charlie Sheen and Two and a Half Men’s creator Chuck Lorre. Cryer played Alan Harper and he suggested that Charlie Sheen’s downfall and ultimate firing from the show was due to a drug relapse following his tumultuous divorce with Denise Richards.
FIRED! Charlie Sheen Axed From ‘Two And A Half Men’, He Fires Back & Vows To Sue https://t.co/uXwaouDC9h via @Deadline
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Jon Cryer spoke to People TV for an episode of Couch Surfing where he described working with Charlie Sheen. He stated the following to the show’s host Lola Ogunnaike.
“Charlie and I really hit it off. We had a great first few years on that show. It was incredibly smooth, we had a lovely time, it was working really well.”
He then Charlie Sheen’s drug relapse.
“At first he could handle it, and he was still incredibly professional — and still lovely, by the way, to everybody on set — but you could just see that stuff was wearing on him. It was one of the first internet s—storms, plus there’s the fact that all of our jobs are tied into this guy, and we’re all his friends. It was very, very strange and [there were] aspects of it that I absolutely hated, but you know, I’m thankful for the years that were great.”
You may see Jon Cryer’s full interview below.
People TV Video: Jon Cryer Speaks Out On Charlie Sheenhttps://t.co/wQ63BSnjAs
— Charisse Van Horn (@charissemarievh) April 20, 2020
Corey Feldman has made shocking allegations against Charlie Sheen and those allegations will soon be heard again as his documentary (My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys will return to streaming on-demand on April 22, 2020. Those who wish to see the film may purchase tickets at Corey Feldman’s official website at www.mytruthdoc.com.
What do you think about Jon Cryer’s reflections on working with Charlie Sheen?
Disclosure: Charisse Van Horn has had personal communication and interaction with Corey Feldman, members of the Wolfpack, and Feldfam. She has never had personal, private communication and interaction with Judy Haim. She supports Corey Feldman’s truth campaign and makes her personal opinions and experiences known on her social media pages and personal websites and blogs. She has followed this case since 2017.