He has a dislike of firearms and initially refuses to put down any of the infected.However, his resolve is tested by circumstances that arise during the military occupation of LA.Throughout the season, Chris develops a more antagonisitic role beginning when he puts a survivor of Flight 462 down and kills Reed, a captive of his group.He is shown to willing to allow members of his own group to die as shown when he almost allows Madison to be killed by walkers and threatens to kill Alicia if she tells of what happened.Like everyone else, Chris slowly adapted to the apocalypse in the beginning and retained his kind side, though after the death of his mother, he is shown to be even more angered and traumatized.By Season 2, Chris takes a dramatic turn for the worst and is shown to be angered at his father, distant from everyone and has turned into a noticeably colder individual.Charlie Sheen has been rocked by a brush with law after his private plane was inspected by US Customs officers at Brown Field Airport in San Diego.The former Two And A Half Men actor's plane was forced to land by federal police in the US after he returned from Mexico, according to Radar Online.
Throughout the first season, as the outbreak progresses from internet rumors to apocalyptic proportions, Travis desperately tries to hold onto a semblance of normalcy, and what life was like before.
Despite the chaotic scenes, Charlie was free to carry on his trip following the shock inspection.
Mail Online have contacted Charlie Sheen's reps and San Diego customs officials for comment.
Travis, fearful of what Chris was turning into, chose to take him away from the group in the hopes of helping him cool down, though this would not work in his favor as the two encountered a new group of survivors, consisting of Brandon, Derek and James.
Chris very quickly adapted to this new group and agreed fully with their views of the new world in which making the hard call is the only way to survive and even killed a farm owner who threatened them.