And now, more news about this divorce is coming to light from both camps.
Brad, apparently, was especially upset about
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TMZ reports the Anger Management star took a private jet — a gift given to the actor from an "old friend and future business partner, Robert Earl" — to treat his daughters to see their favorite performer in both Las Vegas and Seattle. Fun!
And despite all the contention (financial and otherwise) between them, the 45-year-old actress happily dropped off the girls for the trip and posed for a pic alongside Charlie and his friend Tony Todd (above).
In the meantime, doesn't sound like those money probz are affecting Sheen too badly right now…
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Is Charlie Sheen working on repairing his relationship with Denise Richards and the kids they share?!
On Wednesday, the controversial actor took to Instagram to post a precious pic alongside his ex-wife and their two kids, Sam and Lola (above).
The Two and a Half Men alum captioned the sweet snap:
This is tough to hear for all involved.
Charlie Sheen is in major financial trouble, and he's bringing in no money — and it's gotten so bad, that exes Brooke Mueller and Denise Richards have both agreed to slash his child support by more than 50%!
Despite all his success on Two and a Half Men and Anger Management, Sheen is making very little money and has few prospects for future earnings, according to TMZ.
Brooke and Denise, realizing that Sheen could go to court for a reduction in child support payments, have agreed to
This should be interesting!
According to reports, the Two and a Half Men alum is shopping a reality show about living with the virus and "his life in general." Wow!
An Us Weekly source dished:
Charlie Sheen better hire a good lawyer!
According to sources via TMZ, Charlie's baby mommas Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller are exacting a revenge plot against the actor at this very moment. The former enemies are allegedly conspiring against Charlie to increase child support payments which were recently reduced to 10K a month.
The unlikely duo decided to join forces after Sheen claimed he could no longer pay $55K a month for his two sons with Brooke and two daughters with Denise. C.S. argued that he shouldn't have to fork over the money due to his firing from Two & A Half Men, hefty lawsuits, and expensive HIV treatments.
On the other hand, Mueller believes the father is hiding money in off-shore accounts in addition to spending his money on vices rather than his children. Richards also feels similarly and goes on to argue the trouble maker hasn't ponied up dough for his kiddos for YEARS.
So, how is the pair going to handle this difficult situation?
As of now, Denise and Brook are consulting with a business manager and child psychologist who has treated Charlie's kids for years. The pair hope they'll be able to convince a judge that Sheen's payments aren't covering basic bills not covered by insurance. Apparently one of the children needs a lot of counseling — and if the celeb doesn't start paying what's due, there could be serious consequences.
Oh, and if you're really surprised to hear that Denise and Brooke are working together, it's not too shocking considering they've hung out as friends before. Not to mention the beauty took in Mueller's twins when she went through some difficult times back in 2013.
So, do you think the moms will succeed?
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Charlie Sheen is behind on some serious bills!
On Tuesday, it was revealed that the Two and a Half Men star's ex Brooke Mueller is seeking the help of an El Lay court to try and make the A-lister to pay his outstanding $89,000 debt in child support payments.
Court documents show that the Wall Street actor is supposed to pay $55,000 a month for his twins, Bob and Max – but the actress claims that her ex has only paid around
Yikes! This isn't good!
Well, it looks like the Two And A Half Men actor doesn't have any dough left for his OTHER ex-wife Denise Richards either!
Recently, the controversial thespian filed legal documents similar to the ones he filed for Mueller.
He can longer pay the Wild Things star $55,000 a month, and wishes to have that amount lowered.
Sheen no longer makes money from his hit sitcom, and has enormous health care costs that are not covered by insurance.
Denise has been receiving $55K since 2009.
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