(New York) In response to what Charlie Sheen’s publicist called “an allergic reaction to medication”, the “Two and a Half Men” co-star is launching a law suit against Bayer Pharmaceutical Corporation for its failure to list the harmful side effects of aspirin.
Police received a late night call from Sheen’s luxury Plaza Hotel suite where he was found suffering from previously unknown drug reactions including nudity, intoxication, destruction of hotel property and procurement of a porn star. In addition, two aspirins that Sheen claims to have ground into powder ingested earlier in the day forced him to go ballistic searching for a $100,000 watch he had misplaced during an aspirin-fueled rage.
In the lawsuit Sheen’s lawyer claims these side effects were all contraindicated making it “utterly criminal they were not listed on the aspirin bottle found on Mr. Sheen’s nightstand.”
It is not clear if Sheen is looking into pursuing an additional claim against the makers of Robitussin Cough Syrup for causing him to uncontrollably hold his wife at knife point for an hour last Christmas at their vacation home in Aspen.
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