November 28th, 2012
01:04 PM ET
To Charlie Sheen, it isn't faith that's causing the current uproar over "Two and a Half Men" but a curse.
The 47-year-old actor has caught wind of his former co-star Angus T. Jones' complaints about the long-running CBS sitcom, on which Sheen himself starred for eight years before being publicly fired from the program.
At the time, Sheen had gone on a rant of his own about "Two and a Half Men," appearing to call those he worked around "fools" and "trolls."
Jones' remarks had a different spin, with the 19-year-old actor saying that he didn't want to be on the show because it conflicted with his beliefs as a Christian. In Sheen's view, Jones' lengthy confession was a "Hale-Bopp-like meltdown," as his rep told CNN in a statement.
In light of the latest drama, "it is radically clear to me that the show('Two and a Half Men') is cursed," Sheen said.
And yet, he hasn't lost any love for Jones. Now that he's playing a counselor named Charlie Goodson over on his own show, FX's "Anger Management," Sheen tells ABC News that "my former nephew is welcome at the Goodson Anger Management home anytime."
For now, however, it looks like Jones is mending fences at his current place of employment. The teen actor issued an apology to the show's team Tuesday.
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