Charlie Sheen’s Child Support Woes Are Over (For Now)

August 28, 2016 / Posted by:

Back in March, Charlie Sheen went to a judge and said that those Two and a Half Men residual checks ain’t what they used to be and asked that his monthly child support payments to Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller be decreased. Charlie claimed he couldn’t afford those giant child support checks for his four kids, because his million-dollar days were behind him. He said that he’s only making a little over $87, 000 a month now. That’s still a lot of money, but it doesn’t take a Suze Orman to see that that’s no where near enough to cover the two $55,000 checks he wrote to Denise and Brooke each month.

Denise and Brooke could have fought Charlie for the money, but instead they decided to play nice and give him a child support break. Just call them Charlie’s Financial Angels.

TMZ says that both Denise and Brooke have agreed to take a child support cut of $30,000 a month, which means Charlie will now pay them each $25,000 a month, Before you go picturing sweet kind Denise and Brooke in white gowns and wire headband halos, TMZ says they might not be acting like Charlie’s financial angels out of the goodness of their own hearts. Sources say that Denise and Brooke knew that if they took Charlie’s broke ass to court, the judge would drop the payments to $10,000 a month or lower.

It wasn’t just Denise and Brooke who recently did a nice thing. TMZ says Charlie hooked Denise and Brooke with some real estate (how kind). On the surface that seems like Charlie’s way of saying thanks for the child support discount, although it probably wasn’t. According to TMZ, Charlie is dumping assets because he’s got a mountain of lawsuits and legal claims.

In addition to giving Denise some real estate, TMZ says he also committed to doing a show with her. TMZ doesn’t say exactly what kind of show they’ll be doing. I’m sure it will be a reality show or a sitcom. But I really, really hope it’s a television adaptation of Drop Dead Gorgeous focused on Rebecca Ann Leeman, who we discover has faked her own death in a parade explosion so she could marry the guy who keeps getting caught stealing varnish and wood glue from her father’s furniture shop.


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