By Gabriela Resto-Montero
MANHATTAN — Ticket prices for Charlie Sheen's "Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option" tour stop at Radio City Music Hall have hit rock bottom after the actor's show received mixed reviews in Detroit and Chicago, the New York Post reported.
Tickets to see Sheen rant onstage live were priced as high as $575 by some brokers right after the tour was announced announced in March, but have since plummeted to as low as $24 a pieces, the Post reported. Friday's show still has about 2,800 seats available, according to the paper.
Sheen's 20-city tour around the U.S. will recount his wild times and thoughts on his recent firing from the CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men"
The actor blasted his CBS bosses and referred to himself as a warlock with ninja blood, among other things, in sit-down interviews with major news networks before and after his dismissal.
Sheen was reportedly booed offstage after his first performance in Detroit last week but received a standing ovation from an audience in Chicago after retooling the show's format, the New York Times reported.