According to TMZ, the 46-year-old star “misses interacting with his fans … and really wants to talk to them about important things in his life.”
Sheen first joined Twitter in March 2011, only a few days after he was fired from the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men for his erratic off-screen behavior.
Quickly, Sheen gathered millions of fans, and created such catchphrases as “winning” and “tiger’s blood.”
A little over a year later, on July 13, Sheen abruptly left the platform, tweeting, “”reach for the stars everyone. dogspeed cadre. c out.”
He later explained his exit on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno.
“It was never my idea [to tweet] in the first place,” he said. “I had [set] a couple of world records [when I joined] …” he said, on July 16. “I should have just left it there and gone about my business.”
Thus far, Sheen has yet to Tweet anything since the July 13 exit, though Celebuzz will keep readers up-to-date if (when?) he finally does.