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Sheen's Shirt Company -- We Might Have to Fold

3/10/2011 5:10 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Charlie Sheen didn't just put CBS between a rock and a hard place -- we're told a recent jab at the shirts he wore on "Two and a Half Men" may have jeopardized another company ... his clothing line.

Charlie Sheen Shirts

As TMZ first reported, Sheen released a statement after he got fired from "Two and a Half Men" -- claiming he was happy he never had to "put on those silly shirts for as long as this warlock exists in the terrestrial dimension."

Problem is ... those "silly shirts" inspired an entire clothing line by a company called "DaVinci" -- which Charlie endorsed and even helped design -- and sources tell us, the company is "extremely disappointed" by Charlie's comment ... in fact, they might pull the plug on the entire collection.

But the main designer -- a guy named Christopher Wicks -- is cutting Charlie some slack ... telling us, "Charlie's frustration is based on his current position in life, rather than the actual shirts."

Wicks adds, "I wish him good health and happiness in his new found terrestrial dimension."

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1.

Ree    

I hate those silly shirts. They scream, "I bowl on a league."

1301 days ago
2.

dimes    

Wait, he has an endorsement deal on those shirts? As in, they pay him to use his name and image? Talk about shooting yourself in the foot.

1301 days ago
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CrashAndBurn    

Those are the most ugliest shirts I've ever seen but they work fine for rags.

1301 days ago
4.

dimes    

$29.99 isn't a bad price, if the fabric is good. What are they made of? My dad's birthday is coming up, and he might get a kick out of a Charlie Sheen shirt.

1301 days ago
5.

CrashAndBurn    

Should've called it the 8 Ball signature series.

1301 days ago
6.

canada    

nice shirts

1301 days ago
7.

Scabbs    

He'll soon be endorsing incontinence pads.

1301 days ago
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Christy    

Those were some sad bowling league/assisted living/AARP shirts that were ugly as hell. Not sad to see them and Charlie go together.

1301 days ago
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JLS    

Extremely odd and ugly shirts, I agree with Charlie. They look like a 1958 bowling shirt. Ugly then and really ugly in 2011.

1301 days ago
10.

Kim    

#4 I think you mean, mostest ugly. lol

1301 days ago
11.

Martin    

Actually the shirts he wore on the show, were by a company called Nat Nast, In later episodes he started wearing knock-off.
Nat Nast shirts cost about 100 dollars

1301 days ago
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chris    

Whatever Charlie was making on these ugly shirts, it was chump change and isn't going to have any impact on his bottomline. Add to that the fact that as soon as Charlie was officially off the show--it doesn't take a market analyst to tell you!!!--this clothing line was headed for the dumpster, where it belongs. The shirts were a great gimmick for the show, but who's kidding whom?, no one in their right mind would actually wear that god-awful 70s look in public, unless it was a homeless person who got it as a donation from a local shelter.

1301 days ago
13.

Jones1234    

Only someone whacked out on drugs would wear such heinous looking crap.

1301 days ago
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NelsonH    

I bet they haven't sold a single one of those ugly shirts since 1998. Please don't get any bad ideas like sending the leftover shirts to poor kids. They don't need to be wearing those atrocious things.

1301 days ago
15.

Chaps    

Chuckles you have become one fugly ass mo fo!

1301 days ago
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