(LOS ANGELES) -- A company linked to Charlie Sheen, called Hyro-gliff, has sought to trademark 22 of the actor's popular catch phrases, reports the Hollywood Reporter.
Hyro-gliff filed paperwork last month to trademark Sheen's semi-classic expressions, including "Adonis DNA," "Duh, Winning," "Vatican Assassin," "Tiger Blood," "Rock Star from Mars," "Sober Valley Lodge" and "Sheen's Goddesses," as well as the actor's name and signature. The request seeks a trademark for items such as bras, drinks, games, candy and gambling devices.
A spokesman for the former Two and a Half Men star says they will decide what to use the trademarks for at a later date, should their petition be approved.
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