He’s always been one for garnering as much publicity as possible, so when Charlie Sheen heard that Warner Bros and Chuck Lorre were trying to move forward with a private arbitration, he was none too pleased.
The “Men at Work” actor sent his lawman Marty Singer to try and have an injunction issued against JAMS, the private dispute resolution company involved, to prevent the arbitration from proceeding.
He’s back on top of his game, with a hit record and a killer tour, and of course Lil Wayne is also dealing with some legal issues.
Only this time, the static isn’t coming from Johnny Law, but rather from producer Darius Harrison who says the “Mrs. Officer” rapper owes him $20 million for his work on “Lollipop” and the album Tha Carter III.