Charlie Sheen Regrets Being 'Verbally Immature'

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Charlie Sheen is attempting to get his television career back on track and ET's Chris Jacobs caught up with the former Two and a Half Men star at a party for his new series Anger Management, where the star confessed to making mistakes during the past tumultuous year.
When Chris asks Charlie to reflect on his high-profile feud with CBS bosses and subsequent erratic behavior and public meltdown, the star admitted he had some regrets. "I wouldn't have been as verbally immature," he said. 
In addition, Charlie said a good example of not "sticking with what you know" was taking on his much-touted "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not An Option" standup tour, during which he performed at various venues around the country. "I probably wouldn't have done the tour," the star confessed. 
Charlie stars as a man sentenced to anger management counseling with an aggressive instructor in his new show, appropriately titled Anger Management, set to premiere June 28 on FX.