On Friday, a judge ruled that any payment made by actor Charlie Sheen’s ex bosses to the Two And A Half Men Star would be docked for child support. The judge has ordered the Warner Bros studios to garnish 55,000 dollars a month for child support from any payments they will make to Sheen, Associated Press reports.
It looks like Charlie Sheen is going to be 55,000 dollar per month short. Whether he like is or not, the law has made him be a good parents. The Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Hank Goldberg approved Charlie Sheen’s ex wife request: to garnish any payments the actor may receive from the Warner Bros. Television.
Brooke Mueller Sheen and Charlie Sheen got a divorce two months after he has been fired from the “Two And A Half Men series”. The studio says the firing decision came after Sheen has repeatedly engaged in self-destructive activities. The letter sent to Sheen’s attorney, Marty Singer by the studio stated that “for months before the suspension of production, Mr. Sheen’s erratic behavior escalated while his condition deteriorated.”
The actor and the Warner Bros. studio have been fighting for payments ever since. His former wife, Brooke, made the wages docking request with the intention of getting child support to raise her and Charlie’s twin babies. The monthly payments were a part of the divorce settlement that the two have reached earlier this year.
The actor’s representative, Larry Solters did not want to comment, while Brooke Mueller Sheen’s lawyer couldn’t be reached for a comment so far.
On the other hand, Charlie’s love life is on the rocks as well. He got dumped by both his porn queens, Natalie Kenley and Bree Olson. The first one to go was Olson, who considered enough trouble to send his a goodbye message. Then, a few days ago, Us magazine announced Sheen is back to being single, as Natalie Kenley decided to leave him as well.
Meanwhile, Charlie is going through the lawsuit with the Two An A Half Men producers and hopes he will win.