Sheen's Torpedo Wraps Up In Washington, Delays Australian Leg

EVERETT, WA (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Charlie Sheen's My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option Tour came to an end on May 3rd in Everett, Washington after a run of 22 shows across the country.

Sheen's performance at the Comcast Arena in Everett was reportedly the longest show in the run, lasting for nearly two hours to general approval of the audience. During the show, Sheen verged from monologue to angry rant to answering questions from the audience and at one point, he offered an elderly woman in the front row the shirt from his back.

As with a number of Sheen's other live performances, some members of the audience left the show early. Still, reviews for the performance were mixed.

"It could be worse, but I’m not sure how," one fan told KOMO News after the performance, while another attendee told the Everett Herald, "I think we got our money’s worth."

Sheen recently announced that the planned Australian leg of the tour set to open on May 7 in Sydney has been delayed until at least June. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers

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