Charlie Sheen Asks Cheetahs, New York City Strip Club, To Take His Name Off Naked Sushi Room

The New York Post reports that lawyers for Charlie Sheen want a New York City strip club called Cheetahs to change the name of its VIP room.

In a cease and desist letter, the lawyers claim "The Charlie Sheen Room"--where rich patrons can eat sushi off naked dancers--could damage Sheen's reputation.

Cheetahs, however, wasn't too fussed over the request. Apparently the Charlie Sheen Rom, which owner Sam Zherka told The Post was "not a place where you do crack," also wasn't exactly #winning.

They since removed his name (read more at the Post).

In the Fall of 2010, Sheen trashed a hotel room at The Plaza during a "coke-fueled rampage." Sheen, who was with a woman escort at the time, did $7,000 worth of damage to the luxe lodgings.

Other Sheen antics eventually cost him his starring gig on the CBS show "Two And A Half Men." He'll star in a new show, "Anger Management," set to air on FX on June 28th.