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Charlie Sheen has a suggestion for Denise Richards when a judge ruled that he would no longer pay her child support.

The two actors were married in 2002-2006 and have two children together: Sami, 17, and Lola Rose, 16.


On Tuesday, a judge ruled that after one of her daughters moved in with the 56-year-old “Two and a Half Men” alum, she would no longer be required to pay child support to Richards, 50.

It was reported that the actress was “blinded” by the ruling.

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Charlie Sheen will no longer pay Denise Richards child support, actress ‘blinded’ by power: report

Contacted by paparazzi during a visit to Whole Foods in Malibu, California, Sheen said that if Richards has a problem with the verdict, he should “go to court and complain to the judge,” per page six.

After the verdict, Sheen told us weekly that he considered it “extremely fair”.

“Not only does it speak today, but it speaks to the same objectivity historically,” he added at the time.

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a source told People That Richards was never given a court date, while another source said Richards found the ruling “very disappointing … but not surprising.”

However, another source told People that Richards “has known about the court date for six months.”

Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards were married between 2002-2006.  They share two daughters.

It looks like Richards isn’t the only one upset, however, an insider recently told the outlet that the star’s husband, Aaron Phippers, is “heartbroken” by the ordeal.

“Aaron is a kind man. He’s in a tough role, but he keeps calm,” said Source. “He’s heartbroken because Denise is heartbroken that she’s pulling it off after everything Charlie has done for her.”

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He added: “He’s upset because his wife is upset that Charlie is playing this game with the kids.”

The insider explained that Richards is also feeling “heartbroken” at the fact that Sheen has “taken this road.”

“She loves those kids,” the insider insisted.

The judge's decision came after his eldest daughter Sami moved in with Sheen.

During Tuesday’s hearing, Sheen’s attorney argued in court that the actor was overpaying Richards for monthly child support and said Sheen also set up a $1.2 million trust for his daughters after filing his initial petition. did.

Sheen’s lawyer, Gregory Pedrick, reportedly told the judge in court: “In the spring, in early April, Ms. Richards had an argument with her daughters and asked Mr. Sheen to be taken into custody.” “This has been the reality since April of this year.”

Sheen’s attorney further stated that Richards owed Sheen money for his overpayment, but noted that Sheen has no plans to try to get the money paid back.

Granthshala News’ Julius Young contributed to this report