Charlie Sheen seems to have parted ways with his literary agent, Peter McGuigan at Foundry Media Group, after their partnership wasn't winning. Just two weeks ago, McGuigan was shopping a deal to publishers for Sheen's life story, with the working title "Apocalypse Me." The former "Two and a Half Men" star wanted a "bitchin' rock star from Mars"-worthy $10 million for the project. But sources say Sheen has stopped working with McGuigan because he was offered only a "paltry" $1 million by just one publishing house.
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