Add another actor to the list of people Charlie Sheen won’t work with.

The “Anger Management” actor has reportedly gotten his co-star Selma Blair fired after she complained about his work ethic.

According to Deadline TV, Sheen sent Blair a text where he called her a “c***” before delivering the news the show was getting rid of her.

The rumors were confirmed Tuesday night when Lionsgate TV studio released a statement saying, “We are confirming that Selma Blair will not be returning to Anger Management and we wish her the very best.”

Blair got on Sheen’s bad side when news spread that she was complaining about having to work with the actor, citing his tardiness and unpreparedness.

With a growing feud brewing between the two actors, producers were trying to see if the issue could be resolved with Blair leaving the show.

However, Sheen became adamant he would quit if Blair was not axed.

The role Blair played on the show as Sheen’s therapist and sometimes love interest is not being recast. Instead, an entirely new character will fill the female void left by the actress.

So far, Blair has taken the high road by simply sharing a message on Twitter thanking her followers for their “support and love.”

This is not the first time Sheen has clashed with a co-star.

In 2011, Sheen was all over the news for his erratic behavior following his fight with “Two and a Half Men” creator Chuck Lorre, which resulted in his firing.

But since he's the executive producer of “Anger Management,” he is the one doing the firing this time.

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