Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen has appeared in a series of unapologetic and offbeat interviews.
The troubled actor has sat down with Good Morning America and The Today Show to candidly discuss everything from his partying and drug addiction to his demands for a pay rise.
And in an interview with TMZ - filmed in the backyard of his LA home, while two young women he called his "goddesses" waited nearby – Charlie said he shouldn't have to apologise to anyone for his lifestyle, including his five children.
"Lead by example and teach your kids right and wrong," he said. "If my right and wrong is a little bit different than anybody else, then my kids will be different too."
Asked whether he was worried that his children might one day question him on his behaviour, the 45-year-old replied: "I hope they do."
Charlie is currently involved in an ongoing dispute with CBS and the co-creator of Two and a Half Men, Chuck Lorre, since the network cancelled production of the sitcom, citing Charlie's recent behaviour.
And following his interview with TMZ, the star's long-term publicist Stan Rosenfield announced his decision to leave his position – the actor has subsequently claimed to have fired him.
In a statement, Rosenfield said: "I have worked with Charlie Sheen for a long time and I care very much about him.
"However at this time, I'm unable to work effectively as his publicist and have respectfully resigned."