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Posted at 10:50 PM ET, 04/19/2011

Read this: Charlie Sheen watch, from the courtrooms to Constitution Hall


Sheen in Chicago earlier this month. (Brian Kersey/AP)
Will Charlie Sheen be winning Tuesday night in his Constitution Hall performance? (We guess that’s what you call it, anyway.) It could depend on how things go for him in a pair of courtrooms today. Lisa de Moraes warns that Sheen’s buzz could be harshed if a judge rules that his $100 million lawsuit against the “Two and a Half Men”studio and creator should be arbitrated privately; the star wants to take it to a jury. Sheen was also in an L.A. court Tuesday morning seeking custody of his twin sons; no word on the outcome there, but TMZ reports that he seemed to get out of there in time to make a cross-country flight to D.C.

Update, 5 p.m.: Delayed!

Update, 9:30 p.m.: Dan Zak is live-tweeting from Constitution Hall

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