Charlie Sheen may have stirred up a lot of controversy with his recent public appearances, interviews and live webcasts, but he also caused some serious trouble.

TMZ is reporting that Sheen may have caused a lot of damage to the company that made the shirts Sheen wore in Two and a Half Men.

Soon after Sheen was fired from Two and a Half Men, the actor released a statement saying he was happy he never had to put on those silly shirts for as long as this warlock exists in the terrestrial dimension.

The silly shirts Sheen is referring to inspired a whole clothing line by a company called DaVinci which is endorsed by Sheen. The 45-year-old actor even helped design some shirts.

TMZ is reporting that the company is extremely disappointed by Sheen's comments and that they may have to close down then entire collection.

The main designer for DaVinci, Christopher Wicks, is taking it easy on Sheen, though, and not taking the actor's harsh comments personally.

Charlie's frustration is based on his current position in life, rather than the actual shirts. I wish him good health and happiness in his new found terrestrial dimension.