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Charlie Sheen is reportedly standing by the decision made by the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services earlier this week when they removed his twin sons from the home of his ex-wife Brooke Mueller and placed them in the care of his ex-wife Denise Richards.
The 47-year-old actor's spokesperson said in a statement to The Associated Press on Friday, May 3, that Sheen will participate in court proceedings related to Mueller's custody of their 4-year-old sons Bob and Max.
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Charlie Sheen is taking on more "trolls," this time, according to the "Anger Management" star, at his child's former school.
The 47-year-old star on Tuesday unleashed a nasty, expletive-filled rant on Twitter that he calls a "legitimate call to arms." He asked people to "deliver" with "extreme prejudice" a "rotted egg," "a roll of toilet paper" or some dog feces to the Los Angeles-area school of his and ex-wife Denise Richard's 9-year-old daughter Sam, saying she was "bullied out" of the facility. He also cites the first name of another girl.
Charlie Sheen is asking for suspected killer Chris Dorner to call him.
The "Anger Management" actor released a video on Saturday, February 9, where he is shown pleading for Dorner to call him to help "end this thing," according to TMZ.
Charlie Sheen and Bill Murray went retro for their newest film project -- they star in the 1970s-themed R-rated comedy movie by Roman Coppola, the son of famed director Francis Ford Coppola.
The film, "A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III" is set to hit select theaters and will also be made available as a VOD on iTunes, starting on January 8. Roman directed and wrote the screenplay for the movie, which is set in the 1970s. This marks the first big-screen leading role for Sheen in more than 10 years.
Charlie Sheen has recently gotten himself into some hot water.
The actor, 47, was recently caught on video using a homophobic slur while hosting the grand opening of a new rooftop bar in Mexico, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Charlie Sheen opened his wallet for a good cause recently, according to reports.
The 47-year-old actor gave $75,000 to a fund for a 10-year-old girl who is battling Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma, according to ABC News.
The president and CEO of CBS has addressed "Two and a Half Men" actor Angus T. Jones' recent negative comments about the network's hit sitcom, made in a videotaped religious testimony posted online last month, and also revealed the teen star's salary -- $300,000 an episode.>
Jones, 19, has played Jake, the nephew of Sheen's character, on "Two and a Half Men" since he was a child. In a recently released video interview posted on a Christian website called the Forerunner Chronicles, run by a Seventh-day Adventist ministry, Jones is seen calling the long-running show "filth," and says that he doesn't want to be on it anymore, citing how he has become more religious.
Charlie Sheen may be offering his former "Two and a Half Men" co-star Angus T. Jones a gig on his new FX show following the young actor's "Hale-Bopp-like meltdown."
"My former nephew is welcome at the Goodson Anger Management home anytime," Sheen told ABCNews.com on November 28, inviting Jones to appear on his FX series, "Anger Management."
Charlie Sheen, who was famously fired from "Two and a Half Men" last year after a meltdown, has weighed in on former co-star Angus T. Jones' recent dismissal of the CBS sitcom as "filth."
Jones, 19, has played Jake, the nephew of Sheen's character, on the show since he was a child. He says in a recently released video interview posted on a Christian website called the Forerunner Chronicles, run by a Seventh-day Adventist ministry, that the show is "filth" and that he doesn't want to be on it anymore, citing how he has become more religious.