Charlie Sheen set for 100 million dollars in settlement

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He also vowed to change his ways during a comedy roast on TV last night.

Somehow, despite everything that's happened since 2011 began, it's a good day to be Charlie Sheen.

TMZ reports that he's settled his dispute with Warner Bros after being fired from Two and a Half Men. In the agreement he'll reportedly get $25million, and that will increase to $100million in syndication profits over the next ten years.

It might not be a patch on his previous salary, but still... wow.

Meanwhile, last night Charlie sat down to be mocked by his peers, letting people including Steve O and William Shatner poke fun at him during a comedy roast that aired in the States.

At the end of it all, he told them he's learned a lesson from all this madness:

"I did porn stars, I did drugs, I had my own TV show and then I did what all the people in America wish they could do - I told my boss to f*** off.

"Then it was gone, in one fiery public flame out. And it was only when the smoke cleared, I realised just how lucky I am.'

"Even after all that I still have a family that loves me.

"I am done with winning because I have already won. This roast may be over, but I'm Charlie Sheen. In here burns an internal fire.

"I just have to remember to keep it away from a crack pipe."

Otherwise that $100million will go up in smoke...
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