The Sheen Machine continued its assault on the American public over the weekend, as defamed actor Charlie Sheen hosted his very own webcast via the website

After rounds of television interviews last week, Sheen let viewers into Sheen's Korner on Saturday night. The show began with the 45-year-old actor reaching out to his 2-year-old twin sons, who were recently removed from his custody by their mother Brook Mueller. "Daddy loves you, and if you're watching, tell mom to leave the room," he said. Throughout the 50-minute show, Sheen showcased the new tattoo of his trademarked phrase "winning" on his left wrist, and criticized Alcoholics Anonymous and TV personalities Nancy Grace and Dr. Drew Pinsky. The Two and a Half Men star was joined by a few friends and one of his "goddesses," girlfriend, Natalie Kenly. Sheen also sent a message to his absent girlfriend, porn star Rachel Oberlin, who recently left his Beverly Hills mansion. "She had to go take care of some business," Sheen said. "We love you. We miss you."

While more than 100,000 viewers tuned in to the live webcast, the numbers dropped to 92,000 after 45 minutes, and Twitter was abuzz with negative comments about the "maiden madcap experiment." But according to the actor, there is a possibility that Sheen's Korner could become weekly Internet event. Because we all could really use a little more tiger blood. —EMILY EXTON

Watch Charlie Sheen's inaugural webcast here:


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  • Scott Deady
    Scott Deady on

    Though entertaining, it was a little hard to get through the whole webcast. Maybe "Sheen's Korner" will get a little more professional as time goes on, but probably not

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