Actor Charlie Sheen's lawsuit over his controversial dismissal from comedy Two and a Half Men has been settled out of court "to the parties' mutual satisfaction", according to a Warner Bros statement.
Sheen, who at the time of his dismissal was earning $1m (£640,000) per episode of the sitcom, had sued the studio for $100m ($64m), which was said to be compensation for loss of earnings both for Sheen and for the show's crew.
The actor has yet to make a statement about the settlement but Warners says that financial terms will not be disclosed.
Since his dismissal, the lawsuit and a US tour on the back of the controversy, Sheen has recently been more keen to play down the situation. Presenting at the Emmys this month, he wished the Two and a Half Men team "all the best for the coming season" and has since tweeted praise for the revamped show, now starring Ashton Kutcher.
Earlier this year, Sheen also landed a deal for a new sitcom called Anger Management, saying: "I chose it because, while it might be a big stretch for me to play a guy with serious anger management issues, I think it is a great concept." Anger Management has yet to be placed with a US network.