(LOS ANGELES) -- Charlie Sheen's TV show Two and a Half Men may have shut down production, but that evidently won't stop the actor for attempting to do his job. In a series of text messages sent Friday, Sheen told ABC's Good Morning America that he's "100 percent clean" and plans to show up for work anyway. Sheen also said that he is in talks with HBO to start his own show called Sheen's Corner, which RadarOnline.com reports would earn him $5 million per episode.
Sheen's claims are news to HBO -- the network told the Hollywood Reporter that they are not, in fact, in talks with the actor about a series. Sheen had gone into detail about Sheen's Corner to Radar Online, claiming it was a "10-show guarantee," and saying it would be "epic, all types of guests and we would focus on the truth and the absurd!"
In the GMA texts, the embattled actor also continued his war of words with Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre, calling him a "clown" and a "loser." Sheen gave a scathing and seemingly anti-semitic rant against Lorre on Thursday during a radio interview. He also told TMZ that he "violently hates" Lorre.
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