Warner Bros has allegedly sent a cease and desist order to Sheen and producers of the FX series, after they used Two and a Half Men material at a recent TV convention.
Sheen was fired from CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men in March last year after a public row with creator Chuck Lorre. He later signed up for a TV adaptation of 2003 movie Anger Management.
The TV convention in question is intended to sell upcoming shows, but Warner Bros was reportedly angry upon discovering that Two and a Half Men photos were used while promoting Sheen's new series, reports TMZ.
Lorre recently stated that he had "no intention" to watch Anger Management.
Anger Management is due to premiere on FX in June.
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