Charlie Sheen’s three closest advisors have reportedly quit due to his “bizarre behavior”.
Longtime manager Mark Burg, publicist Larry Solters and entertainment lawyer Jake Bloom resigned from their posts within days of each other this week, multiple sources confirmed to Radar Online.
According to the website, the three men were “unable to work effectively” with the Anger Management star.
“He is too much of a loose cannon at the moment with his increasingly erratic and bizarre behavior and outrageous statements. He was refusing to listen to their advice and counsel,” an insider detailed.
Those statements have included very public swipes at ex-wives Denise Richards, Brooke Mueller and the Los Angeles judge overseeing the custody battle of his four-year-old twin sons, Bob and Max.
But a source close to the 48-year-old claims the trio were dumped by Charlie, not the other way around.
“They didn’t resign, they were all fired,” the source said.
It is believed the final straw came after the three men voiced concerns over Charlie’s latest girlfriend, adult film star Brett Rossi.
Charlie was first spotted with Brett at Thanksgiving, and ever since then it has been reported she is the one calling the shots.
“His team expressed concerns over the relationship… He was not happy with being questioned about who he was dating, so Charlie fired them all. Brett had also encouraged Charlie to get rid of Mark, Larry and Jason because she believed they didn’t like her and were sabotaging the relationship,” said the insider.
“Brett is calling all the shots in Charlie’s life at the moment and they have only known each other for six weeks! People close to Charlie believe the relationship will eventually fizzle out, but his career could be in tatters by that point.”
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