He may be out of work, but Charlie Sheen insists he's still a winner.
"I'm fine," Sheen told Us.
The award-winning CBS sitcom was put on hiatus February 24 as a result of Sheen's erratic "statements, conduct and condition." Since then, the actor went on a media blitz where he demanded a $3 million paycheck to return to the show.
Amidst Sheen's many rants, the actor's longtime publicist, Stan Rosenfield, quit on February 28, telling Us that he was "unable to work effectively."
Prior to his termination, Sheen vowed to seek vengeance on Warner Bros. and CBS. "They're trying to destroy my family, so I take great umbrage with that. And defeat is not an option," he said. "They picked a fight with a warlock."