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    reveal's Daily Trivia 8.12.15

    For what TV-related reason did a female acquaintance of Charlie Sheen sue the actor for $1 million for invasion of privacy and emotional distress in 2006? Answered

    She claimed that the character Rose, the “wacky neighbor and female stalker” on his popular TV sitcom Two and a Half Men, had been based on her without her permission. She also contended that some of the show’s plot lines were based on her real-life experiences that were malicious attempts by Sheen to mock her. The case was settled out of court for an undisclosed amount.
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    Episode of Two-and-a-Half men was about her?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Nall View Post
    Episode of Two-and-a-Half men was about her?
    Close enough!

    She claimed that the character Rose, the “wacky neighbor and female stalker” on his popular TV sitcom Two and a Half Men, had been based on her without her permission. She also contended that some of the show’s plot lines were based on her real-life experiences that were malicious attempts by Sheen to mock her. The case was settled out of court for an undisclosed amount.
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    212-254-8098 (fax)
    info@workman.com

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