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Charlie Sheen and his literary agent have parted ways…I guess they couldn’t come up with a ‘winning’ money strategy!
Charlie Sheen seems to have parted ways with his literary agent, Peter McGuigan at Foundry Media Group, after their partnership wasn’t winning. Just two weeks ago, McGuigan was shopping a deal to publishers for Sheen’s life story, with the working title “Apocalypse Me.” The former “Two and a Half Men” star wanted a “bitchin’ rock star from Mars”-worthy $10 million for the project. But sources say Sheen has stopped working with McGuigan because he was offered only a “paltry” $1 million by just one publishing house.
Most shied away from Sheen’s memoir, fearing that his erratic rants and his $100 million lawsuit against Warner Bros. and “Two and a Half Men” co-creator Chuck Lorre would leave little left to reveal. McGuigan would only say our facts were “very, very wrong.” An e-mail to Sheen went unanswered. When we called Sheen goddess Natty Kenly looking for her roommate, she responded, “He’s no longer speaking to mainstream media.”
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