Charlie Sheen Booed Off Stage in Disastrous Debut Show

Entertainment Apr. 2, 2011 AT 11:31PM
Charlie Sheen Booed Off Stage in Disastrous Debut Show Credit: Riccardo S. Savi/Getty Images

Losing.

Charlie Sheen's much-hyped, sold out "My Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour began with a bust at Detroit's Fox Theater on Saturday.

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According to multiple reports, the 45-year-old star provoked boos, audience walk-outs and demands for refunds during his rambling stage show. (The spectacle featured an appearance by his live-in "goddesses," a Q&A session about Sheen's wild life, film clips featuring his dad Martin Sheen and Johnny Depp, and a live rap by Simon Rexx.)

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One disappointed audience member bellowed, "You suck!"

Sheen's retort: "Already got your f***ing money, dude."

After less than an hour, Sheen cut the extravaganza short; he left the stage for good, and the house lights were turned on.

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"I want my money back!" audience member Linda Fugate told the Associated Press after walking out of the show.  Fugate paid $150 for a pair of tickets. "I was hoping for something," she said. "I didn't think it would be this bad."

Added fellow fan Rodney Gagnon: "I expected him to at least entertain a little bit. It was just a bunch of ranting."

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Inspired by Sheen's ouster from Two and a Half Men following an epic battle with the show's creators and the studio, the 20-city tour is scheduled for the rest of April.

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