Actor Charlie Sheen is demanding an apology from
the Anti-Defamation League for saying that his rant against the
executive producer of his hit TV sitcom was "borderline anti-Semitism."
A letter from Sheen's attorney Marty Singer demands a retraction
because, it says, Sheen's only intention was to "address the man rather
than his television persona," the TMZ website reported Tuesday.
Sheen, in a radio interview Feb. 24 and in a letter posted on the TMZ
website, called the "Two and a Half Men" executive producer Chuck Lorre
a "contaminated little maggot," said he was a "clown" and "stupid," and
referred to him several times as Chaim Levine.
Lorre's given name is Charles Michael Levine.