Charlie Sheen claims he's been blacklisted

BY SAMANTHA COSTANZO
Posted on FEB 07, 2019

Charlie Sheen says that he has been blacklisted in Hollywood and requested that a judge cut down the $75,000 he pays in child support each month as a result.

Charlie Sheen says that he has been blacklisted in Hollywood and requested that a judge cut down the $75,000 he pays in child support each month as a result, according to theNew York Daily News.

"I have been unable to find steady work and have been blacklisted from many aspects of the entertainment industry," he said in both his divorce proceedings from wives Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller and in the child-support paperwork.
Sheen listed his most recent monthly income as $37,631 and said that he owes the IRS nearly $5 million and is behind on his mortgage by $26,973. His total net worth in real estate and property, excluding about $1.25 million in cash on hand, stocks, and bonds, totaled $4.6 million.

In the filing, Sheen's lawyer said that his client's income had decreased significantly over the past two years in particular.

"The absence of opportunities in the entertainment industry has developed into a dire financial crisis for him," his lawyer wrote.

Court-issued rulings on Wednesday ordered that Sheen and both of his ex-wives share financial information in the case, and a hearing has been set for mid-September.

Sheen married Richards in 2002 and divorced her in 2006, then married Mueller in 2008 and divorced her in 2011. He currently lives with his girlfriend, Julia Stambler, a friend of Mueller's who has reportedly been a good influence on the formerly hard-partying star.

Sheen used to be one of the highest-paid television actors, making $1.8 million per episode ofTwo and a Half Men before a 2011 public meltdown in which he trash-talked the show's creator Chuck Lorre.

 

 

 

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