Belfast Telegraph

Charlie Sheen ‘sells Denise home’

Charlie Sheen’s lawyers are reportedly working with Denise Richards as she must leave the property of his she lives at.

The actor had bought a house for his ex-wife to live in, along with their two children Sam and Lola and her daughter Eloise. However, relations between the formerly married couple have soured over the last six months and he has now decided she must vacate the property.

“[His lawyers] have been working with Denise in vacating the premises,” an insider told RadarOnline.

“Charlie has wanted Denise out of the gated community where he also lives for months, and his porn star fiancée, Brett Rossi has been pushing for it too.”

The property boasts nine bathrooms and six bedrooms stretched over 9,000 square feet.

News Charlie was planning to offload the house first made the headlines in March, when he was said to be furious that Denise wasn’t allowing him to spend enough time with their daughters. He has also repeatedly insisted he shouldn’t have to pay her as much child support as he does, said to be $55,000 per month.

Denise is said to be particularly unhappy about the prospect of relocating as Sam and Lola go to school nearby and are settled.

“Charlie is allowing Denise to stay in the house until the girls finish school in several weeks… But as soon as they are done with school Charlie wants her out. It’s really sad because it just didn’t have to come to this,” an insider claimed.

It’s not known exactly why Denise and Charlie are not getting along as they experience a long period of friendliness, where they even went on holiday together with their kids. Things got difficult last year, degenerating after Denise stopped looking after Charlie’s twin sons Bob and Max, who he has with his ex-wife Brooke Mueller. Denise stepped in when Brooke went to rehab but then said she could no longer care for the boys due to their difficult behaviour. Initially Charlie backed her, but he soon began flinging insults at her over Twitter.

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