A $25 million settlement didn't resolve all the issues between Charlie Sheen and his former "Two and a Half Men" bosses: Warner Bros. They have sent a cease-and-desist letter demanding that the actor stop using its photos to promote his new FX series.
As mentioned by The Hollywood Reporter, they have informed Charlie, ".... you are using Warner's intellectual property for a commercial purpose-namely, to sell another show-is especially egregious."
The motorcycle pic was used by Sheen and his current colleagues in a promotional packet touting Anger Management to buyers at last month's NATPE conference in Miami.
A rep for Sheen declined to comment, but The Hollywood Reporter quotes a source saying that the inclusion of an old photo of Sheen was not an intentional flouting of WB's copyright. The back-in-action star had just been too busy to get new publicity shots taken, the insider said.