"I started to unravel. I finally just said things I had always been thinking. But in the middle of a psychotic break," the 46-year-old told Playboy magazine.
Sheen said he never thought about what the circumstances would be. "Yeah. It was surreal. And it never occurred to me where this was going to end up or how it was going to be perceived," he said.
Sheen will soon be seen in the much-anticipated comedy series 'Anger Management', where he will be seen playing the role of a former minor league baseball player who overcomes his anger issues to become a non-traditional therapist.
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