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Charlie Sheen Officially Goddess-Less

ABC/Richard Cartwright(LOS ANGELES) -- Charlie's angels have split.

Charlie Sheen's last remaining "goddess," Natalie Kenly, reportedly moved out of the down-and-out sitcom star's Beverly Hills home a week ago. The two were last seen together celebrating Kenly's 25th birthday at the W Hotel in Los Angeles June 2.

Their breakup wasn't pretty. Sheen is demanding Kenly return the Mercedes he bought her while they were together, according to

Sheen hasn't had a lot of luck with the ladies of late. His porn-star girlfriend, Bree Olson, broke up with him in April via text message.

He hasn't fared much better in his professional pursuits. CBS and Warner Bros. announced last month that Ashton Kutcher would replace Sheen on the hit comedy Two and a Half Men.

Reports swirled earlier this month that Sheen was negotiating a "big offer" for a new TV series, but those have since petered out.

The actor, 45, has been mostly MIA since his "Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour ended in May.

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Charlie Sheen Bombs at Detroit Debut of 'My Violent Torpedo of Truth'

Jeff Vespa/WireImage(DETROIT) -- Charlie Sheen doesn’t appear to be winning anymore.

After all but getting booed off stage at the Detroit debut of his live show, "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option," it's unclear if or how Sheen's month-long tour will proceed.

Ticket holders milled about the Fox Theater in downtown Detroit before the 8 p.m. start time, sometimes yelling Sheen catch phrases like "tiger blood" and "winning" to rev up fellow attendees. As of Saturday afternoon, all 4,700 seats at the theater had been sold. However, some didn't stay occupied for long. Even before Sheen took the stage close to 9 p.m., the mood in the auditorium went sour. The warm up comedian, Kurt Fox, drew a chorus of boos so loud that Sheen came out before his scheduled intro to ask the audience to play nice.

Sheen managed to up the crowd's enthusiasm for the start of his act. Before his official debut, he played a montage of video clips including scenes from Apocalypse Now, the film starring Sheen's father that Sheen claims to be obsessed with. He then strutted on stage with his "goddesses," Bree Olsen and Natalie Kenly, who proceeded to engage in a passionate kiss, much to the delight of the crowd. They then went backstage to burn a bowling shirt similar to the one Sheen wore on Two and a Half Men.

The spectacle mirrored the ranting and raving Sheen's done online and in interviews over the past few weeks. But after that, things took a turn for the weird.

Sheen stood at a podium in front of a pseudo-presidential looking seal saying "Warlock States of Sheen" and launched into a nonsensical speech seemingly directed at his critics.

He started, "Tonight I am delivered by cyber cloud, with the stomp and glisten of heaven's produce section." He then talked about burning something "down from the mount of olive" and "gasoline rainbows." He frequently damned "trolls" -- presumably, Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre and his former bosses at CBS and Warner Brothers. He called Sarah Palin a "whore" for no apparent reason.

The audience seemed confused. They started to boo, loudly. Sheen pushed back, saying "I already got your money, dude." All tickets stipulated that no refunds would be granted.

Throughout the night, the booing intensified, and people began streaming out of the theater. At one point, Sheen asked audience members to raise their hands if they've ever done crack. When few hands went up, Sheen said he was "surprised because Detroit seems like a good place to get crack." That was met with a crush of expletives from the crowd.

The night's rumored special guest, rapper Snoop Dogg, didn't show. A little more than an hour into his act, Sheen offered up a video of Snoop singing the song they recorded together, "Winning." After that, the house lights came on; the show was over. By that point, it looked like 50 percent of the theater had emptied out.

Sheen returned with Olsen and Kenly 15 minutes after most of the crowd left to thank his "true fans" -- the stragglers remaining near the stage. He said that the show is still something of an experiment and that it will get better; he shook a few hands. When forlorn fans started shouting "refund," he left for good.

Sheen is due in Chicago on Sunday, and then in New York, Boston and other cities in the upcoming weeks. His publicist did not immediately respond to ABC News’ question about whether those shows are still on.

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Charlie Sheen Live! Thousands Tune In to Watch Sheen on UStream

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic(LOS ANGELES) -- As if going before every TV camera that would have him and becoming an overnight Twitter star weren’t enough, actor Charlie Sheen took his "winning" message to a live web audience Saturday night.

Dressed in a T-shirt emblazoned with a giant green dollar sign and a black fedora, the actor addressed his fans in a Ustream show called "Sheen's Korner." At its peak, the show attracted about 150,000 viewers, but the viewer count appeared to fall as the show continued.

The program -- promoted with the tagline "You're either in Sheen's corner or with the trolls" -- featured Sheen, as well as his "sidekick" Rick Calamaro, "goddess" girlfriend Natalie Kenly, a dedicated sound engineer and a handful of other pals.

Since his very public feud with CBS began and the network canceled the rest of the season of his hit sitcom, Two and a Half Men, Sheen has seemingly been everywhere, including an extensive interview he gave ABC's Andrea Canning.

After thanking his "sponsors," Sheen pulled a bandage off his wrist to reveal that he had tattooed himself with his favorite phrase, "winning." He said "Sheen's Korner" would be "an experiment of sorts," airing on Ustream daily, weekly or with whatever frequency his fans indicated they desired.

Sheen and his friends also introduced a series of so-called "segments," including "Winning News," "Gnarls Gnarlingest," "Wish They Were Me Forever" and "Kinda wish I were them for 10 minutes." He also gave viewers an opportunity to write in and request, via Twitter, some of their favorite Sheen quotes.

"There's been a lot of wordsmithing that has fallen gracefully from this beautiful hole," he said. "It has caught on like an absolute global wildfire."

The online show lasted for nearly an hour and, at the end, Sheen thanked his viewers for tuning in to his "maiden madcap experiment."

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