Charlie Sheen AACharlie Sheen is apparently at war with the world. He's at war with CBS, with Chuck Lorre and most interesting with Alcoholics Anonymous and formalized rehabilitation programs. The latter is a war that Charlie firmly believes he is winning.

In his interview with the 'Today' show, Sheen railed that he has rejected the "fiction" of Alcoholics Anonymous and their "5 percent success rate."

He purports that he has created his own program that he calls Sober Valley Lodge in his own home, and he won't allow AA to have anything to do with it.

When asked how he cured himself of his drug addiction (which may be questionable at this point), Sheen replied, "I closed my eyes and made it so with the power of my mind. I had to unload 22 years of fiction and just decided I don't believe that anymore." He called the handbook of Alcoholics Anonymous "a silly book written by a broken-down fool who is a plagiarist."

Addiction experts are worried that Sheen's continued "war" against professional treatment will deter addicts who do need real help from seeking it.