By Jeff Jensen
Updated February 27, 2011 at 10:51 PM EST

ABC News has released the first promo for its (no longer?) exclusive on-camera interview with Charlie Sheen about his controversial radio interviews over the past couple weeks. In the spot, the actor — whose now-on-hiatus CBS sitcom Two and A Half Men faces an uncertain future in the aftermath of his recent public behavior and well-publicized trevails — is quoted as saying: “I am on a drug. It’s called Charlie Sheen!” He also hints that there are “some wrongs that need to be righted” by telling his side of the story. Portions of the interview will air Monday and Tuesday on Good Morning America. An hour-long special edition of 20/20 — “Charlie Sheen: In His Own Words” — will air on Tuesday night at 10 p.m. ET. UPDATE AT 3:36 PM PT: So much for ABC’s “exclusive.” NBC News reporter Jeff Rossen has just tweeted that he interviewed Sheen this afternoon and that his piece will air tomorrow morning on the Today show. Meanwhile, check out the clip for the ABC News interview below:

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