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Did Hollywood Blacklist Charlie Sheen? Here's Why The Actor Is Asking To Pay Much Less In Child Support To His Baby Mamas

Date August 7, 2018 10:18

Charlie Sheen is accusing Hollywood of being the source of his family problems.

 

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Child support issues

The actor says he is no longer able to pay the specified child support for his children because he has been blacklisted in Hollywood and is currently unable to find steady work.

 

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PEOPLE reports that the actor has complained of having less than $10 million to his name and wants to modify child support payments to Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller who both have children with him.

Fall from grace

If his claim of being cash-strapped is true, this would mean that the actor who has battled addiction for years has fallen far from grace. At the height of his powers, he was one of the highest paid actors on TV.

 

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A report on USA Today pinned down his paycheck per episode on the long running sitcom, Two and Half Men, at $1.8 million an episode "including his share of syndication fees".

Charlie's many problems

The troubled actor who disclosed in 2015 that he was HIV positive had a public fallout with the producer of Two and Half Men in 2011 after he was fired from the show.

 

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This came after a series of run-ins with law enforcement over domestic violence accusations and numerous rehab stints. According to USA Today, he has since tried to have a number of comebacks that have so far fallen through. What do you think?

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