Denise Richards to move out of Charlie Sheen’s mansion following eviction threat

Denise Richards
Things have been relatively quiet on the Charlie Sheen front, and I’m waiting for the other shoe to drop. Charlie hasn’t been tweet-ranting, and he hasn’t posted any ominous threats to his last two ex wives, as he’s been known to do. A couple of weeks ago, behind the scenes, he allegedly threatened to evict Denise Richards and her three daughters from the mansion he purchased from her in their Mulholland gated community. Charlie has a new p0rn-star girlfriend who seems to be trying to edge Denise out, although Charlie may just be pulling her strings, it’s hard to tell. Whatever is going on, Denise is seeing the signs and she’s trying to extract herself from the situation. Radar reports that Denise is looking for another place to live.

An exasperated Denise Richards has decided to move out of her posh mansion inside Beverly Hills’ exclusive Mulholland Estates after her ex-husband Charlie Sheen threatened to evict the mother of his two daughters, has learned.

We broke the story: Sheen’s porn star girlfriend Brett Rossi convinced the Anger Management star to evict her from the $7 million dollar house she and their daughter’s, Sam and Lola have lived in for about 12 months.

Sheen also lives in the same gated community.

“Brett wants Denise out of the neighborhood because she is jealous of her,” a source close to Rossi previously told us.

Last week, Denise was spotted “out with her real estate agent in Beverly Hills and Bel Air. She is currently looking for a house to lease or buy and has looked at several homes in gated communities but none were at Mulholland Estates,” an insider said.

“Her real estate agent has indicated to other brokers that if she would like to proceed, Denise would want to move as quickly as possible…”

Said our source: “The sad thing is that before Brett came on the scene, Charlie had been spending time with Sam and Lola. As soon as they began dating, he basically disappeared from their life.

“Brett doesn’t want him to spend time with the girls if Denise is present.

“The problem is, their court ordered custody agreement dictates that Denise always be present when Charlie is with the girls. He has only spent about ten minutes with them in the last month.”

[From Radar Online]

Radar reports that Denise’s current home is a whopping 9,000 square feet with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. It sounds incredible, but she has to deal with Charlie’s drama to live there, and it doesn’t seem worth it.

Last week, there were several clues that indicated that Denise Richards was Radar Online’s source, so I’m assuming this story comes straight from her. Is it really possible that a 20-something adult film star came into Charlie Sheen’s life and started dictating terms to him, or is Charlie stirring up trouble between the women in his life? He’s an addict and an abuser, and it’s probably not as one-sided as this story makes it out to be.

Charlie’s more recent ex wife, Brooke Mueller, is on track to regain full custody of her four year-old twins with Charlie. Brooke has a restraining order out against Charlie, but she’s been trying to make nice with him and has allowed him to visit the twins. As a result, Charlie is currently trying to help Brooke in her custody case.

In Charlie’s messed-up brain, Denise Richards, who has remained a sober, committed parent, has taken in Charlie’s other children and has bent over backwards for him for years, is the enemy for mildly pushing back. Brooke Mueller, who has been in rehab over 20 times and has had custody stripped by the state, is his ally now because she’s playing his game. Brooke is kissing up to Charlie because she wants his money. They do speak the same crackhead language.

Denise Richards Shopping At Fred Segal

Joanna Krupa and Denise Richards head to lunch in beverly hills

Charlie Sheen appears as a guest on Conan

Denise Richards is shown out with JoAnna Krupa on 1-24-14. I guess they’re friends. Event photos are from 2012. Charlie Sheen is shown on Conan in April, 2013. Credit: and FameFlynet

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  1. yael says:

    i don’t think i’ll ever understand the extravagance of the celebrity and the rich lifestyle… 6 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms? unless you’re housing your extended family long-term, who needs all that? what a waste of space and resources.

    • The Original G says:

      Homes are investments. They’re money in the bank.

      • yael says:

        i don’t disagree that houses are investments. that’s not my point. my point is that such large houses are (generally) completely unnecessary and a waste of (construction and natural) resources.

    • Red32 says:

      It does seems extravagant – but she probably does need that many bedrooms. The first five for herself, her dad, and each of the three girls. The 6th as a guest room or if they have a live-in nanny or live-in security.

      • TorontoE says:

        Not to mention she housed Charlie’s 2 sons, who would have been in the 6th room. I really don’t think considering how much money Charlie makes (and wastes on blow and pros) having a nice home for your 3-5 kinda (whose dad is a multimillionaire) is extravagant.

      • yael says:

        i should have clarified that i’m not criticizing denise (or charlie, i guess) personally. i guess she probably does use the space, given the number of children she houses. what i’m criticizing is that such large houses, which are the norm for hollywood and those who are wealthy (i’d even argue that denise’s home is smaller by those standards) are generally completely unnecessary, and are a huge waste of space and (construction and natural) resources.

        if you think about the number of houses we hear about celebrities and the wealthy owning, with their 15 rooms and 12 bathrooms, it’s incredibly extravagant and wasteful. in reality, how many of those rooms are truly used on a regular basis? how many trees and how much outdoor life could have been spared had a smaller home been built instead? one that would actually suit the size of the average family (and i don’t wealth-wise, i mean size-wise)? how many resources could have been spared in the construction?

      • A Different Kate says:

        yael: the flip side of course is how many people earned a paycheck building the house and how many people earn a paycheck based on its upkeep?

      • yael says:

        kate – that’s true. i suppose i’m more concerned about the environmental impact and the waste generated from having such large homes.

    • megs283 says:

      @yael, I agree…it sounds like Denise is bumping up against money problems, and having a 9,000-square-foot house probably doesn’t help. I have no problem with people spending their money how they see fit, but it seems fiscally responsible to scale down in these situations.

    • Denise says:

      I will never understand more bathrooms than bedrooms. I always wonder if people feel obliged to pee in lots of different ones so they don’t feel left out.

      • Chrissy says:

        HaHaHaHa! I never thought of it that way!

      • lucy2 says:

        It comes from every bedroom having a private bath, and then having an additional powder room/bath in each level or area for more public use. It’s kind of ridiculous, but when you get into this huge fancy houses, not unusual.

  2. Neffie says:

    All those years of drug abuse have completely fried this guy’s brain. How is he still so rich,he hasn’t been in anything that successful for years.

    • Lee says:

      He was making crazy money on 2 and 1/2 men (I think he was the highest paid TV actor for a while). Plus, FX probably isn’t paying him in gum for Anger Management. That and royalties for movies throughout the years and the his roles in the Scary Movies – no matter how many hookers and how much blow he spends money on chances are he will always have more.

      • Denise says:

        Yep. Drugs and hookers are chump change for him. If he was constantly buying huge properties and ridiculous cars that would bankrupt him eventually, but he definitely can afford an eternal sleazy good time.

      • bettyrose says:

        If you let yourself think about it or care, it would be rage inducing that this tool earns millions for playing himself on tv. Can you imagine getting up in the morning, snorting some coke, shooting some tequila, spending a few hours in front of a camera acting like a womanizing jackass, making millions, and going home to your stripper filled mansion?

        Or, heck, can you even imagine making millions just for spending a few hours a day in front of a camera being the decent person you actually are?

    • LAK says:

      Charlie is making Crazy money on Anger Management. More than 2.5men. probably more than his entire career combined. He struck an amazing deal for Anger Management.

      edit: I was looking for the original industry article that discussed his deal, but i can’t find it. However, Celebrity Net worth wrote an update to the original article which i include here:

      Please note that though Celebrity Net worth can exaggerate numbers, this deal is legit and is in line to make him crazy money.

  3. GoogleyEyes says:

    Lmao they do have the same crackhead language. I gotta be honest I didn’t like denise when they first got together. I thought she was a gold digger. But she’s actually the best thing that ever happened to Charlie and even max and bob.

    • Lauren M. says:

      I have gained so much respect for Denise these past 2 years. She is incredibly beautiful inside & out. She has to endure endless emotional turmoil & upheaval while raising Charlie’s offspring. It is almost bizarre. I do not know any other woman that would make the sacrifices that Denise has to provide love & safety for Charlie’s children-even the ones that Denise did not procreate. Yes, she is compensated, but very few women would have the fortitude to carry on and endure for this long. I believe she is a very caring & nurturing woman. Denise is an Angel to these children. Charlie is a disgusting, ungrateful POS.

  4. MrsBPitt says:

    Charlie is a dangerous lunatic! Denise should move away with the girls and not have anything more to do with him… she bent over backwards for him, but he is mentally unbalanced from all the years of drug abuse. She has repeatedly tried to allow him to be a father to their daughters, but its all about Charlie…Denise, move away and stay away…sometimes NO father is better than any father!

    • Nikkie says:


      She needs to move far away from him. If he wants to see his daughters, he has the means to do that.

    • Liv says:

      I feel most sorry for the boys. Denise’s daughters will be fine, she’s obviously a good mother. But Brooke is only doing what Charlie wants to get her paycheck. I don’t understand why it’s an option that she gets full custody back when it’s known that her boys have already been damaged by her and Charlie’s “lifestyle”.

  5. Lindy79 says:

    This whole situation for the children involved is sad beyond belief.

  6. here's Wilson says:

    this guy’s resources have to dry up soon…idk how his current show stays on the air…. it’s remarkably unfunny

    • eliza says:

      Sadly his resources will never dry up. Three and a Half Men is now in syndication so he is guaranteed $ for life basically. His cash flow might get tighter but he will always have an income of sorts.

    • LAK says:

      His cashflow isn’t drying up any time soon. He is making crazy money on Anger Management which increases exponentially the more episodes they film. His deal gives him 40% of the back end.

  7. Miffy says:

    How she allowed herself to get in a situation where this lunatic was pulling the strings on her living arrangement at all baffles me. Especially as his ex, no matter how amicable your relationship with an ex is or how generous they want to be for the sake if their kids, surely she of all people should have known this was a terrible idea!

    • gg says:

      Denise has been run out of schools for the girls everywhere else in the vicinity because Charlie tweet-rants about the schools so they’ve been blacklisted. Denise accepting this house meant Charlie was placated (sadly only temporarily) and the girls were placed in another school and things were fine for awhile. I think Denise had high hopes that Charlie would be okay if the girls were nearer.

      You are right though – never, ever be beholden to someone who, at any time, you haven’t been able to trust. They will absolutely hold you hostage. Crazy exes especially. They will abuse their position to jerk you around.

      • FLORC says:

        I think Martin Sheen is going to help her get another place. He’s always said Denise was the only good thing in Charlie’s life, but he was too dumb to see it. And he loves his grand daughters. I bet he’ll play a quiet role in this relocation.

      • John Wayne Lives says:

        @gg every word. I too would take my freedom and control of my own

  8. doofus says:

    good for Denise. it’s one less thing he can hold over her and use to manipulate her.

  9. smee says:

    Control is all that abusive addict has – good for her for stepping out of that situation.

  10. serena says:

    This is absurd! Poor Denise and poor children.. what kind of messed up person would do this? I can’t even start.. just hope she gets away from him and the children will be fine (I’m especially worried about the twins… like a crackhead parent isn’t enought..) sigh.

  11. lucy2 says:

    Getting out from under his thumb is the best thing she can do. As long as she is reliant on him for anything, he’ll use it against her. Even if she has to downscale her life a bit (though I’m sure will still get the court ordered child support) it’s worth it to remove him from one more aspect of her and the kids’ lives.

  12. Simply Red says:

    I feel for children involved…
    He must cat whooped by that 20 something

  13. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    What a waste of space he is. Useless as a father, husband, friend, employee, neighbor… So many good people struggling to get by, and he has always had so much, and this is how he uses it. He disgusts me beyond measure.

  14. eliza says:

    Good for her! I hope she moves into a home of her OWN and cuts Charlie out completely. He is of no help or use in those girl’s lives. I am sure Denise is financially stable from her child support and series work on Twisted that she can move into a nice home and have her own autonomy without constant threats looming over her head.

    Denise is used to this crap. She’ll do what’s best for her and her children and come out on top. Hopefully she has learned that no good deed goes unpunished and focuses on herself and her girls. Charlie should go pound salt.

  15. TheCountess says:

    Although I think she is owed the world by this douche, it’s probably better that she and the kids get as far out of his orbit as possible. He’s a massively unstable junkie and it is best they not be vulnerable living in a place he feels some claim over.

  16. Vanderhootchie says:

    *daughters* – edit.

  17. kibbles says:

    I don’t follow Charlie Sheen closely besides knowing that he is a hugely messed up and abusive crackhead who loves porn stars. Where the hell is his family? Has everyone simply given up on him? Honestly, how was he raised as a child to turn out this way? Where is Martin Sheen? Where is Emilio and his other siblings? Do any of them visit Charlie’s kids regularly or help Denise in raising them? This is sick. What kind of family is this?

    • Kiddo says:

      The guy is 50 something. It’s all on him. He’s not one for being dictated to. Martin Sheen had him arrested at one point, I think, to try to save him from himself. There was a story on Bio. Apparently when Charlie was a kid, Martin was a drunk and Charlie was spoiled with no consequences. Then he sailed away from charges along the way in adulthood. He had a ton of money and selected women who he could easily discredit and control because of their backgrounds and whatnot. Money is power and power is money. I bet if they tried to intercede, he would just cut them off.

      • mayamae says:

        Kiddo, I believe that incident you are referring to was when Charlie showed up at Martin’s with a gun. I think Martin has done a pretty good job as a parent of an adult. It’s hard to make up for that lacking when you’re kids were young, but I think Martin has made amends the best he can.

      • Kiddo says:

        I’m sorry, I wasn’t faulting Martin for Charlie’s behavior as an adult. If it came across that way, it wasn’t what was intended. The person above asked about his childhood. I referenced that and a synopsis of his adulthood to date. I think his family probably did all that they could. They might be doing more now, as well, but not making spectacles of themselves and doing what they need to in private. Just because Charlie makes every rancid fart a public display on twitter, doesn’t mean his family or anyone else has to respond in kind. I did say, “It’s all on him”, meaning Charlie is responsible for Charlie.

      • Boxy Lady says:

        @kiddo and mayamae I don’t know about the gun incident but I definitely remember Martin had Charlie arrested after he overdosed because it meant that Charlie had violated his parole by taking drugs. I just can’t remember why he was on parole in the first place. Anyway, Charlie was furious with his dad for awhile and spent a number of months in jail, came out clean, and forgave his dad. Charlie even wrote and published a book of poetry; I remember him promoting the book on Jay Leno’s show.
        Things have taken a sad turn since then , of course. I suspect the rest of the Sheens are just keeping themselves to themselves. I’m sure they’re aware that they can’t control what Charlie does or says. I don’t mind them keeping quiet. There’s no point in them making these family matters public if it could somehow hurt the children involved.

      • mayamae says:

        Oh no Kiddo, I didn’t think you were saying that. I was just going along with what you were saying. I’m sure Martin Sheen and his wife regret whatever they could have done better as parents while Charlie was growing up, but like you said, it’s all on him now.

    • emmie_a says:

      I agree with Kiddo. This is Charlie’s doing – you can’t blame his family. I’m not saying he came from a *perfect* family but at a certain point you have to distance yourself in order to keep your sanity, no matter if they are a blood relative. Look at how much Denise has put up with and all she has done — and look at the end result. Charlie is not a stable man and it seems that he’s not doing the things that could put him in a more stable place. What is his family supposed to do? I have no doubt that they, along with others, have done whatever they could. But until someone acknowledges their demons and wants help, there is nothing to be done.

  18. pnichols says:

    What a shame. Think of the kids. Like they haven’t endured enough. He is a real piece of work. Just let her be and raise the kids (his mind you) and try to provide them with some sense of stability. Just gross.

  19. Anon says:

    Charlie Sheen must be very insecure and/or controlling if he’s letting the latest flavor dictate to him. Now why isn’t Denise’s name attached somewhat to that house so Charlie cannot pull this crap? Maybe she didn’t want to be, well since he is Charlie and he’s probably done this before. Charlie couldn’t figure out the truth, I guess not…until those twin boys get to be strapping teens and they come to kick his ass (don’t count yourself safe either, Brooke)….most likely, Brooke and Charlie will be dead by then anyway. Poor Denise will still be trying to pick up the pieces for everyone. Smdh.

    • mayamae says:

      I wondered the same thing regarding the house, but I would imagine it’s deliberate on Charlie’s part to maintain control of Denise.

  20. Paloma says:

    I always thought that was a mistake. Denise is smart enough to have known that, also. I think she took a chance in hopes of her daughters establishing some sort of relationship with their father.

  21. Alexa says:

    O.K. I’ll be the first to say it. I wish this “Charlie” person would pass away (SOONER rather than later). He’s nothing but harmful to society (never mind the poor people who have to claim him as their father or family member). The sooner he’s gone, the better off everyone will be.

  22. Gabby says:

    Where is the rest of Charlie’s family? Have they had a falling out and lost contact? How come we never hear about his father or Emilio Estevez hanging out with any of his kids? Maybe even try to knock some sense into Charlie? They could be so helpfull to Denise, the girls and specially the boys. They can’t just stand back and pretend none of this is happening, these kids need people to stand up for them and Denise can’t do it alone. They all need to stand up to Charlie.

    • Lucky Charm says:

      “How come we never hear about his father or Emilio Estevez hanging out with any of his kids?”

      Just because WE haven’t heard about it doesn’t mean it’s not happening. According to Denise, they are actually very involved with her and the girls. Charlie is a grown adult (although he acts extremely immature and childish) who is responsible for his own decisions and behavior. If Charlie were your son, would you go around publicly reminding everyone of your relationship, which could then be construed as condoning and enabling him, or quietly continue behind-the-scenes giving the girls as much normalcy in the circus that is their father’s life as possible?

  23. Murphy says:

    I’m hoping Denise put this out there to pacify Brett until Charlie gets sick of her and starts kissing up to Denise again.

  24. Lady D says:

    He doesn’t love his children at all, does he?

  25. Fan says:

    Good for her because pretty soon Brooke will be back on drugs again and he will come back begging for Denise again. How many times does Denise have to forgive him?

  26. kellyinseattle says:

    Charlie is an ass…will probably get hookers for Bob and Maxs’ 13th birthday s….he. ‘s disgusting.

  27. lrm says:

    crazy stuff, per usual, I see.

  28. LAK says:

    She’s better off out of it. Sometimes keeping a loser father in the picture isn’t in the best interests of the kids.

    • mayamae says:

      I can’t agree more. But in the US we seem to give parents “ownership” of their children as if they’re property. The things it takes to lose parental rights is outrageous. I raised my cousin who was molested by her father. His rights were not terminated, and if he had gotten out of prison and attempted to get her from me, he would have had legal rights to her.

    • K says:

      Yeah, that’s my feeling. It’s always better a kid has a reasonable-even-if-you-have-to-squint parent about, but Brooke Mueller and Charlie Sheen don’t fit that bill. Those kids would all be far better off without any contact, IMO. And that isn’t something I often think in custody disputes.