Charlie Sheen was kicked out of a bar in a HEADLOCK after getting into a fight with a musician this weekend, according to reports.
The former Two and a Half Men actor was caught on video being hauled out by security, after an alleged bust-up at Hennessey’s Tavern in Dana Point, Orange County, on Saturday night.
According to TMZ, the 50-year-old actor got angry when a fan began filming him – resulting in him slapping the phone out of their hand, and damaging it.
However it’s unclear exactly what sparked the fight, as Radar Online report Sheen’s bust-up was in fact with a bassist.
A video from the scene, obtained by TMZ, shows Sheen appearing to argue with the musician as he’s taken outside.
As the actor was seen shouting at the bouncer, they replied: “Don’t worry, he’s next,” apparently referring to the man the star had been fighting with.
According to Radar Online, a member of staff at the pub added a snap of the star from earlier in the night, and wrote: “#charliesheen just left my work in a #headlock #celebrities #sheen #twoandahalfmen.”
When someone asked whether Sheen was kicked out, she replied: “Yeah he got kicked out because he tried to fight the bass player of the band [after] he tried to take a pic of him.”
We have contacted Sheen’s rep for comment.
Sheen reportedly later apologised and made peace with his rival outside.