Charlie Sheen staying home for his rehab
Rather than checking into a clinic, the "Two and a Half Men" star will receive in-home care while he goes through rehabilitation for addiction issues, TMZ and Us Weekly both report. The decision was motivated at least in part by concerns over Sheen's privacy -- having caregivers come to him eliminates the risk of fellow patients or clinic staff spilling the beans about his treatment.
Sources close to Sheen tell TMZ that he and his employers at Warner Bros. (which produces "Two and a Half Men") and CBS worked together to find an addiction specialist whom they believe can help Sheen.
After several months of headline-generating wild behavior, Sheen agreed Friday (Jan. 28) to seek help. Production on "Men" has stopped for the time being; CBS has ordered extra episodes of "Mike & Molly" and "Rules of Engagement" to help fill the schedule.