Charlie Sheen tells 'GMA' he's drinking, doesn't believe in rehab
Sheen also says he doesn't believe in rehab, calling it a "one-size-fits-all" cure for substance abuse.
"So you're no longer doing drugs," asks 'GMA's' Elizabeth Vargas.
"No," says Sheen.
"But you do drink?"
"Who doesn't?" he replies. "You drink?"
"Some people who've been through rehab don't drink," she says.
"I don't believe in rehab anymore. It's not for me," says Sheen. "It's not a one size fits all. ... We live in a country where it's always Miller Time. It's happy hour somewhere in the world."
In 2011, Sheen left "Two and a Half Men" amidst a series of rants against "TAAHM" creator Chuck Lorre and CBS and all those winning "Tiger Blood" moments. He mounted a largely mediocre "Torpedo of Truth" stadium tour before cleaning up and dubbing his California home the "Sober Valley Lodge."
"Anger Management" debuts on FX on Thursday (June 28) at 9 p.m. ET.