updated 02/24/2011 AT 8:00 PM ET
•originally published 02/24/2011 AT 8:30 PM ET
Has Charlie Sheen completely lost it? Or does the rest of the world, as he strongly suggests, need to just leave him alone?
In a pair of interviews Thursday, the actor went on profane, rambling rampages against Alcoholics Anonymous, party girls, his ex-wife, founding father Thomas Jefferson and, with particular vitriol, the man who created his hit show Two and a Half Men.
Summing up his reaction to those people – including his father Martin Sheen – who have suggested he has a disease of addiction, Sheen replies with an expletive.
“Bull—-,” he says on syndicated radio’s The Alex Jones Show. “I cured it with my mind It’s all good guys. Quit panicking. No panic, no judgment. You can kill me, but you do not have the right to judge me.”