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The man who claims he cannot be processed with a normal brain is performing in Columbus tonight.
Charlie Sheen will take the stage at the Palace Theatre at 8 p.m. as part of his tour, “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option Show.”
Sheen was booed off the stage during the first stop of his tour in Detroit on Saturday night. The show ended early and left many fans disgruntled, ABC News reported.
The second show of his tour, in Chicago Sunday night, went differently. The show seemingly ran better, as Sheen blamed the bombing of his first show on the audience and it was re-organized to include an interview format, according to ABC News.
Some students are choosing not to attend because of Sheen’s past.
“I won’t go to the show,” said Sarah Scisson, a first-year in environmental policy. “I kind of think it’s a waste of time to listen to a reformed drug addict.”
After public scandals and being fired from the CBS sitcom “Two and a Half Men,” Sheen’s behavior captured media attention. His tour is “where you’ll hear the real story,” Sheen tweeted.
Mike Davis, an undecided first-year, said he would go, but the tickets were overpriced.
“I think he’s funny, but he’s crazy,” Davis said. “I’d go if it was like $5.”
Yasmine Jackson, a first-year in zoology, said the tour provides a format for Sheen to publicly display his reform.
“If this is going to be beneficial to helping him out in the long run, then let him do his thing,” Jackson said.
Sheen’s publicist declined comment.
Ticket prices range from $47 to $77 and are still available at Ticketmaster.com. A special meet-and-greet package is also available for $575.