Charlie Sheen had a rough start to his "Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour in Detroit Saturday when he was booed off stage and many people walked out, Inside TV reported.
Sheen, 45, who has been in the public eye the past few weeks after being fired from the show "Two and a Half Men" and giving raving interviews to reporters, kicked off the 20-state tour in Detroit, the Huffington Post said.
After a comedian who opened for him was booed off stage, Sheen reportedly entered to a standing ovation from seemingly adoring fans. The first droves of people lef during his opening incoherent rant session while Sheen told them "I"ve already got your money." Sheen also told the crowd he thought Detroit was a good place for crack cocaine stories, which drew immediate booing and heckles.
Sheen reportedly blamed the situation on the audience instead of himself.