Charlie Sheen allegedly believes he’s owed $40million from his TV show Anger Management.
According to reports, the actor was expecting to get his hands on a few hefty paychecks when the show began airing reruns.
However it’s believed he’s not seen a single penny – and is now considering taking legal action against FX.
TMZ claims that Charlie owns about 30% of the show and has been hounding executives to get his hands on the cash.
The sitcom ended in 2014
The website reports that he’s been fobbed off with a number of excuses, including that the show ran over budget and encountered ‘unforeseen costs’.
Charlie’s said to be none too pleased though because he sees the sitcom airing ‘day and night’. Charlie played the lead character
The 50-year-old apparently feels he should have raked in between $30million and $40million so far.
Charlie has allegedly turned to his legal team for advice and is considering taken action over the missing millions.
We have contacted Charlie and FX for a comment.
The actor believes he’s owed millions
Charlie joined Anger Management after he was axed from Two and a Half Men in 2011.
The sitcom was an immediate success, with the first episode bringing in 5.7million viewers in the US.
In 2014, the show ended after celebrating its 100th episode.
The star has ongoing money issues
It was recently reported that Charlie is being sued for almost $300,000 over an unpaid credit card bill .
The star has an outstanding balance of $287,879.28 and American Express are said to have taken legal action.
Charlie previously starred on Two and a Half Men
Charlie should have paid his bill by March 12 and has incurred late fees of $8,357.69.
Blaming the situation on a former business manager, he told the website: “If I was AMEX, I’d be suing me too!”