A real estate board in Oakville, located in the Canadian Province of Ontario, found itself with a bit of a problem after its fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity in November offered as a silent auction premium tickets to a taping of "Two and a Half Men," the popular television comedy. Three guests at the fundraiser offered $13,500 each, according to the Hamilton Spectator newspaper in Ontario. Then, of course, came Sheen's recent very public meltdown and his firing in March from the show, which then went on production hiatus, with its future in doubt. The Oakville, Milton, and District Real Estate Board lacked a way to make good on the fundraiser promise. But last week, Sheen's representatives contacted the real estate board and offered the winning bidders an alternative: Tickets to Sheen's touring show (called My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option) plus a private meeting with the show's star, reported InsideHalton.com. Got an item you'd lik...
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