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Charlie Sheen booed off stage in New York

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Charlie Sheen has been booed off stage for a second time during his 'My Violent Torpedo Of Truth/Defeat Is Not An Option' tour.

The former Two and a Half Men star was heckled by the crowd during his appearance at Radio City Music Hall in New York last night, and ended the show approximately 30 minutes earlier than scheduled.

TMZ reports that Sheen told "barely coherent" stories involving his drug use, including an anecdote about performing CPR on a model in a heroin coma, and was booed heavily when he claimed to have recently embraced a sober lifestyle.

The 45-year-old also spoke of his public feud with Men creator Chuck Lorre, daring him to attend Sunday's show at the venue and pleading: "[Let's] work this s**t out. Of course I want my job back, man!"

Sheen went on to mock another former colleague, his Wall Street director Oliver Stone, declaring: "I'll buy an Academy Award from Oliver Stone 'cause he's now broke. His movies now suck! Anyone seen Wall Street 2?"

Sheen was first booed offstage when his one-man show debuted in Detroit earlier this month, but audience reaction has been more favourable on subsequent dates.

The actor has 15 more appearances scheduled across the US on his sell-out tour, which is due to come to an end in Everett, Washington on May 3.

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