Mueller's lawyers are apparently demanding that no jokes be made about Brooke or her drug problems. Doing so is reportedly in violation of the couple's divorce settlement.
If this is true, this is the most ridiculous divorce settlement I've ever heard of. The only thing that gets people through a divorce is being able to make fun of the other person. Leaving that out is just cruel. Not to mention the public is well aware of Brooke's issues. I mean, the last time I checked, The World According to Paris was a documentary about Brooke Mueller's drug problem.
But a rep for Comedy Central says Sheen hasn't put any restrictions on anything.
"Charlie has assured us that nothing will be off-limits in this roast, which scares even us."
The roast was announced yesterday, and Comedy Central will tape it on September 10th, with the show being aired September 19th, the same night as Ashton Kutcher's debut on Two and a Half Men.
Roast veteran Lisa Lampanelli has announced she won't be able to participate in the roast because she's booked that night. But she gave us a little preview:
"I am personally thrilled to death that they chose Charlie and I'm glad he's desperate enough to have accepted the challenge. I mean, come on—the guy was replaced by Ashton Kutcher. I guess he now knows how Bruce Willis felt!"