Selma Blair Leaves Anger Management

Posted: Jun 19 2013, 1:10am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 21 2013, 8:19am CDT , in Other Stuff

Selma Blair and Charlie Sheen are in a Fight

It is official. Selma Blair leaves Anger Management after feud with Charlie Sheen.

Do not get in a fight with Charlie Sheen on his own show. As reported yesterday, Charlie Sheen found out that Selma Blair complained about his work ethics to the executives on the show. Charlie Sheen was so upset that he wanted to fire Selma Blair. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Charlie Sheen has succeeded. The production company of Anger Management confirmed to THR that Selma Blair leaves Anger Management.

Anger Management will likely get a female replacement. Mila Kunis was already rumored, but I assume anything is possible at this stage of events.

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