Charlie Sheen used a live webcast Tuesday night to speak out against his firing from the CBS show "Two and a Half Men" and criticize the executives behind the decision.
His video broadcast on Ustream began with pictures of explosions, interspersed with photos of network executives and at one point included a bottle of an impotence drug.
Sheen rattled off criticism of key production executives who oversee "Two and a Half Men" before addressing his termination, which he called "unconscionable."
"A high treason has occurred. The scales of justice are in a state of radical disarray," Sheen said. "Together we must right this infantile wrong."
He ends the broadcast with: "Defeat is not an option. Stay tuned good soldiers - I'll see you on the battlefield." Sheen also announced that his Internet show, which he's been calling "Sheen's Korner," "is now for sale as a sports bar."
Warner Brothers -- which produces "Two and a Half Men" -- announced Monday that it was firing the star. "After careful consideration, Warner Bros. Television has terminated Charlie Sheen’s services on 'Two and a Half Men,' effective immediately," the studio said in a statement.