Charlie Sheen Asks Court To Reduce His Child Support Payments To Ex Wives

Actor Charlie Sheen once one of the highest paid actors in Hollywood, says he can’t get any acting gigs now. The father of five has petitioned the court on August 1 for a child support reduction, claiming his income has been reduced drastically in the last three years. Sheen revealed in November of 2015 on ‘The Today Show’ that he was HIV positive. He went public with the disclosure before the tabloids had the opportunity he said. Sheen formerly of the hit show, ‘Two And A Half Men’ made close to 2 million an episode before he was fired for bad mouthing the producer.

Sheen once estimated to be worth in excess of a 100 million dollars says he has less than 10 million dollars now. He says he’s been black listed in Hollywood, saying ‘he’s not employable now’ and can not get any acting jobs. He has not been hired for acting jobs after early 2016 according to his IMBD page. Sheen has an adult daughter Cassandra and four younger children with two wives, that he is currently paying child support for. His last ex wife Brooke Mueller has two children with Sheen, twin boys Max and Bo age 9. Denise Richards, has two daughters with Sheen daughters Sam14, and Lola,13. ‘

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Richards gets 20 K a month in support from Sheen, Mueller receives 55 K a month from Sheen. In addition both wives receive 9.5% of his annual income and investments, each year. The court document claims Sheen can not pay those amounts anymore, he says he isn’t working now, and Hollywood has turned their back on him. Sheen claims he is millions of dollars in debt for his mortgage payments, pool services, and back taxes in addition to the child support, he says in the filing that his lack of current income can not support any of those obligations. He has two court dates September 18 and 26.

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