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Too hot for insurance? Charlie Sheen

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Hollywood usually chalks up misbehavior as a cost of working with artists. But when "Two and a Half Men" star and perennial bad boy Charlie Sheen had a very public flameout in 2011, he crossed a line, possibly into uninsurable territory. Sheen was fired from his hit show because TV executives said he was endangering his life with drug and alcohol abuse and had become erratic. Have the insurance companies forgiven Sheen his transgressions? Maybe, since he's working again. His comeback series "Anger Management" premiered in late June on FX.

 

 

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