Charlie Sheen has complained that Winona Ryder is refusing to give him credit for coming up with her stage name.
Ryder, born Winona Horowitz, wasn't a fan of her surname and embarked on a mission to find a new Hollywood-friendly moniker, finally settling on Ryder after listening to a song by The Doors.
But Sheen now claims he was the one who gave the 40 year-old the idea for her famous last name and he wants recognition.
During an appearance on TV sports show CenterStage last Friday, he said, "We were listening to The Doors. It was in Riders on the Storm. (Winona's) real name is Horowitz . . . and I said, 'You know, I'm thinking Winona Ryder sounds cool,' and she's like, 'Yeah!'
"And (she) never, never gave me credit to this day".