This article examines the facts and basis of a well-publicized cease and desist letter sent by Charlie Sheen's attorney to a New York gentleman's club which featured a "Charlie Sheen" room. The article explains how the room, which included images of the actor in addition to his name, likely violated Mr. Sheen's statutory right of publicity, and details why discontinuing the room likely spared the gentleman's club a lawsuit.
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Charlie Sheen Trademark Infringement and Right of Publicity