Charlie Sheen Says Lindsay Lohan Held His Sitcom ‘Hostage’

Charlie Sheen stated that Lindsay Lohan held his sitcom Anger Management hostage during the short time she was on the show.

The actress recently finished work on an episode of the FX comedy. Although Lohan’s camp stated that her experience was nothing short of fantastic, the cast and crew have told different a completely different story.

Charlie Sheen recently discussed the Lindsay Lohan drama during his appearance on The Tonight Show. The former Two and a Half Men star stated that everything started out pretty well during the first day. However, things took a turn for the worse on day number two.

“It was as though she had us held hostage because she gave us half a show,” the actor explained.

Sheen added, “No, she had an ear ache and was a little bit … four hours late. No, she was a couple of hours late. She was really not feeling well. We just worked around it.”

Although there were problems on the set of Anger Management, Charlie Sheen didn’t have too many awful things to say about Lindsay Lohan. He stated that the actress nailed her performance when she bothered to show up.

The episode featuring the Mean Girls star is slated to appear on FX tonight (April 11).

Sheen’s appearance on The Tonight Show followed closely on the heels of Lohan’s chat with David Letterman on The Late Show. The host’s line of questioning soon caused the actress to burst into tears.

“I’m a target. And I’ve put myself in bad positions in the past. And I take full responsibility for it. And it wasn’t funny and I was being immature and I was going through a phase. But you grow up and you mature. It’s a process of life,” the actress explained.

Letterman complimented Lohan for having the bravery to appear on his program.

“I never thought we’d see you again, honestly, because of the jokes and stuff. But yet you have enough spine, enough sense of yourself, enough poise to come out here and talk to me,” he said.

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