It’s Sheen on Sheen.
Only RadarOnline.com was with embattled Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen as he learned that he DID pass blood and urine drug tests, as the surprising results were aired live on national television.
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The star, 45, invited our cameras into his Los Angeles home Monday morning while he anxiously awaited the big reveal of the much-anticipated test heard around the world.
Before RadarOnline.com's Senior Executive Editor Dylan Howard declared to George Stephanopoulos that Sheen was clean, the Two and a Half Men star gave candid commentary of his own interview with ABC's Good Morning America, often laughing or giving kudos to himself for the remarks he made during the interview.
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But at times, Sheen -- who never seems to be at a loss for words -- appeared to have a hard time digesting some of the things he’d said, but took a puff from his cigarette up his nose, showing off his sense of self-invincibility.
When Howard revealed an independent lab contracted by RadarOnline.com found Sheen's blood and urine drug screenings were void for all illegal substances, the actor sprung to his feet in victory and a round of applause from those pals watching alongside him.
Excited about the news, Sheen hugged childhood friend Tony Todd, who also stood up as best man during his first wedding to Donna Peele.
When asked if he simply got clean in the 72 hours leading up to the test in order to pass it, Sheen said: “No, that’s stupid because those things drugs linger.
“The only way to beat a drug test is to not have drugs in your body. It’s not rocket science.”
And to those that questioned Sheen’s “condition” in the days leading up to CBS and Warner Bros. Television’s decision to pull the plug on the remainder of the season of Two and a Half Men, he illicited a firm response.
“Suck it…hard. Sorry, but you know, don’t come at me with your opinions and your judgment,” Sheen said.
“You’re going to be wrong every single time and your plan is not going to be better than mine. My plan was the best in the room and it worked.”
RadarOnline.com's Howard later showed up at his home with a hard copy of the actor’s test results so he could see it for himself.
“Looks like their printer got stuck on one word – negative, negative, negative,” Sheen said, referring to the ten ‘negative’ results on his blood screen and the 9 ‘negative’ results for his urine drug panel.
Holding up his test results, Sheen screamed his favorite saying: “Winner!”
“It’s showbiz, it’s entertainment,” Sheen told Howard of the naysayers who doubted him. “I live inside the truth and that’s all I care about. I’m proud of myself for maintaining that consistency.”
And Sheen told RadarOnline.com he’s not going anywhere and gave this message to his fans:
“Trust me. Follow me. We’re heading to the promised land. I will not let you down. We will all win together. Thank you for your support. I love you.”
In a move never seen in Hollywood before, Sheen accepted RadarOnline.com's request to take the drug tests after reports that he’d fallen off the wagon and was again using drugs and alcohol.