Charlie Sheen to pay Brooke Mueller $55,000 a month in child support
Charlie Sheen is set to pay Brooke Mueller $55,000 a month in child support for the couple's 1-year-old twin sons, Bob and Max, according to divorce papers filed last week at a Los Angeles court.
Sheen is reportedly paying the same amount to his ex-wife Denise Richards, for the care of their daughters Sam, 6, and Lola, 5.
In addition to child support, Mueller will receive half of the residuals and royalties from Getty Images Baby Photos, a 2009 Mercedes S600, a lump sum of $757,689.70 and about $1.2 million for her share of their home, which Sheen will keep.
The documents also mention that Mueller has relocated with the twins to the trendy Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles.
The couple will continue to share joint legal custody, according to the divorce papers, with Mueller maintaining physical custody most of the time and Sheen receiving custodial time.
Sheen and Mueller were married on May 30, 2008 but have been separated since Christmas of 2009, after Sheen was arrested in Aspen, Colorado on assault charges. Police arrested the actor after Mueller told police that he had pulled a knife on her and threatened to have her killed. After the incident, Sheen pled guilty in court and entered court-mandated rehab.
The actor was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center early morning on January 27.
His recent hospital stint was the second time in six months that Sheen was brought to the hospital following late-night partying. Sheen was reportedly partying with several adult film stars late into the evening, including porn star Kacey Jordan, who Tweeted an explicit photo from inside the actor's home.
Sheen was hospitalized in New York in October after spending the night at a hotel with porn star Capri Anderson, who accused Sheen of becoming violent. Sheen was taken to the hospital for psychiatric evaluation. His spokesman had said at that time that the actor reacted badly to medication.
The "Two and a Half Men" star is currently being treated at home for his drug and alcohol addictions. Production of CBS' "Two and a Half Men" has been placed on hiatus while the actor gets help.
A recent poll said that Sheen's personal woes have not affected his public image.