After a day of even more surprising events and interviews, Charlie Sheen's legal team stirred the pot even more. The actor's lawyers sent a blistering letter to CBS and Warner Bros. demanding that he be paid for the eight canceled episodes of 'Two and a Half Men,' RadarOnline.com reports.

"Welcome to Charlie Sheen's world and the most contentious battle between a star and his show executives in recent memory," said David Perel, RadarOnline creator and executive vice president.

Late last week, CBS and Warner Bros. announced they were discontinuing production of the hit TV show based on Sheen's conduct and condition -- including the actor's statements about 'Men' creator and producer Chuck Lorre.

Sheen's lawyer, top Hollywood attorney Marty Singer, wrote a letter to the network and production company on Monday claiming they were violating Sheen's contract by canceling the remaining episodes.