Charlie Sheen Back on Drugs? Source Makes Allegations of Relapse

Reports have alleged on Friday suggest that Charlie Sheen has relapsed into drug use just one year after his meltdown.

The former "Two and a Half Men" star is rumored to be using drugs such as cocaine and alcohol again, according to Radar Online.

One source allegedly close to the 47-year-old, according to Radar, has revealed that Sheen was spending upwards of $2,000 on cocaine each day for the past eight months.

"For at least the last eight months or so Charlie has been having a quarter to half an ounce of cocaine delivered to him every single day and was spending nearly $2,000 a day on drugs," said the insider speaking to

"Sometimes he'd even get two to three quarters of cocaine in one day," they added.

Making matters worse, the source claimed to Radar that Sheen blends baking soda with the cocaine and cooks it, making crack.

"Then he smokes it out of a makeshift pipe that he made out of a Fiji water bottle," Radar Online reported. "He'd get go high he was just absolutely out of his mind, mumbling incoherently and tweaking."

Additionally, the wild claims continue to allege that Sheen is also spending mass quantities of money on prostitutes, according to Radar Online. The insider noted that Sheen "will always be a partier. It's just who he is."

In 2011, the actor was fired from "Two and a Half Men" by CBS and Warner Bros. after disparaging commentary about the show's creator.

The father-of-five is notorious for erratic behavior. Sheen has made headlines for alcohol and drug abuse, as well as his marital problems over the course of his acting career.

More recently, Sheen allegedly entered the hospital earlier this week, but TMZ clarified that the "Anger Management" star was not seeking rehab- just treatment for an ear infection.

The publication noted that it was not the first time Sheen had suffered problems with his ear, and that rapid air travel set his condition over the edge.

Looking ahead, Sheen continues to work on his television series "Anger Management," and has several movie projects including "Scary Movie 5" and "Machete Kills" coming up.