PHOTOS: Charlie Sheen Tries Again In Chicago, Some Empty Seats


Apr. 3 2011, Published 6:56 a.m. ET

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Hours before Charlie Sheen was set to take the stage Sunday night in Chicago, tickets for his performance were going begging, even at rock bottom prices, has learned.

Her $85 floor seat ticket "basically isn't worth the paper it's printed on," Laura Renaldo, who decided to stay home, told The Chicago Sun-Times. Some ticket brokers had lowered their prices down to $9.

Sheen's My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option tour is playing at the Windy City's Chicago Theatre, and looks quite different than the disaster in Detroit.

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He's dumped his opening comic. That's the good news.  But he's also referred to his estranged wife Brooke Mueller as a "kidnapper."  Not so good.

Thousands of tickets are still on sale for the remainder of the tour, can report, so Chicago could be make or break time for Sheen's torpedo.


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