Sheen ‘parts Ways With Literary Agent’

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March 24, 2011 | 8:40am EST

Charlie Sheen’s plans to release his memoirs have hit a stumbling block after he reportedly parted ways with his literary agent.
The actor teamed up with Peter McGuigan at Foundry Media Group last month to help him secure a deal to release an autobiography, which was reportedly set to be called Apocalypse Me.

Sheen was due to reveal all about his life and his eight years on hit TV sitcom Two and a Half Men, but now the project has stalled after he ended his partnership with McGuigan, according to the New York Post’s Page Six.

The gossip column reports that the madcap star was disappointed with offers McGuigan fielded from publishers.

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