Charlie Sheen says he’s over Two and a Half Men and yet he just can’t seem to let it go. The actor is gearing up to debut his new FX series Anger Management later this year and to market the film with domestic and international buyers at a recent TV convention, he distributed promotional photos of himself. The only problem was the photos he used were actually from his stint on Two and a Half Men, which are still the legal property of the show’s producers, Warner Bros. The company has served Sheen and his new bosses at FX with a cease-and-desist letter demanding that they stop using the photos to promote their new series. The letter also bans the show’s production company, Debmar-Mercury, from using “Warner’s intellectual property for a commercial purpose — namely, to sell another show.” Sheen, his reps, or anyone representing FX or Debmar-Mercury have yet to make any public statements about the dispute.