Charlie Sheen Says He’ll Sue for $320 Million; Gmail User Settings Deleted; Another Man Falls on the Subway Tracks


 Charlie Sheen says he’ll sue CBS, Warner Bros., and Chuck Lorre for $320 million for “mental anguish” after Two and a Half Men was canceled following Sheen’s rant against Lorre on the Alex Jones Show. “‘After Wednesday, they’ll have to rename Warner Bros. as Charlie’s Bros,’ Sheen told Radar.” Sheen was on the Today Show today. He wants a raise, from $2 million an episode to $3 million. Next up: 20/20, Tuesday night. [NYP]

• Pro-union protestors in Wisconsin will not be kicked out of the Capitol building or arrested, authorities announced yesterday. The overnight protests have gone on for about two weeks. [NYT]

• Some Gmail users are reporting that their settings have been completely erased, and emails, labels, folders, and the like deleted. Google says they are investigating the issue, which they say is only impacting a small number of people. [HuffPo]

Germany’s “psychic” opossum Heidi got all the picks right but best picture in her Oscar lineup. She chose 127 Hours instead of The King’s Speech. Paul the Octopus would never have made that mistake. [Yahoo]

Melissa Leo apologizes for dropping her Oscar F-bomb. [NBC NY]

• Another guy fell on the subway tracks. He survived, and has no idea what happened (he was drunk). [NYP]

• The Chinatown Fair Arcade at 8 Mott Street has been shuttered. [Bowery Boogie]

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