The drama engulfing Charlie Sheen, the embattled former star of the hit CBS TV sitcom Two and a Half Men, will soon come to a live venue near you. Yes, Sheen is set to embark on a live tour after reportedly meeting with the booking company Live Nation. Titled the My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not An Option Show, there are only two dates listed on Ticketmaster—in Detroit and Chicago in early April. The 45-year-old actor has promised to tell fans the real story about his bizarre behavior of late, and why he was fired from the hit show. Furthermore, Sheen recently met with Morgan Creek Productions CEO James Robinson to discuss the possibility of the actor starring in Major League 3, with the exec telling E! News that Sheen appeared “stone-cold sober.” Meanwhile, Warner Bros. has removed Sheen’s trailer from their studio lot after firing the star from the show, and police conducted a raid on Sheen’s home Friday, reportedly confiscating bullets and an antique gun, but not arresting the actor.