Charlie Sheen tour coming to Atlanta

Carlos Estevez, aka Charlie Sheen, is coming to the Fox Theatre.

Sheen, whose bizarre rants before and since his dismissal from the hit CBS show "Two and a Half Men" have led some to christen him a marketing genius and others to question his sanity, announced via Twitter that he's added 12 shows to his "Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour. The self-proclaimed warlock has booked the Fox on April 21, with tickets ranging from $49.50 to $79.50, according to Ticketmaster. A special "meet and greet" package -- which includes a seat in the first 10 rows plus a meeting and autograph with Sheen -- has been selling at other venues for $750. Tickets go on sale Saturday.

Despite the high price, tickets for the first two stops on the tour, Chicago and Detroit, sold out in minutes.

No word on exactly what fans are paying to see. Describing the show on Ticketmaster, Sheen, who before his firing was the highest paid actor on television, promises "surprises, guests and mayhem."

Perhaps the "Platoon" star will discuss his theories on 9/11 -- "an absolute fairytale, a complete work of fiction and not a very good one" masterminded by the Bush administration, he said in a 2009 interview.

He'll probably skip the domestic violence accusations that have been leveled against him over the years. Two ex-wives allege that Sheen, 45, physically assaulted them and threatened to kill them.

He's more likely to address his feud with "Two and a Half Men" creator Chuck Lorre and the $100 million breach of contract suit he's filed against the show's producers.

That, and "winning."