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Following Blacklist From Hollywood, American Actor Charlie Sheen Faces Dire Financial Crisis

After being blacklisted from Hollywood,  the American actor Charlie Sheen is facing dire financial crisis with less than $10 million to his name . This has resulted in the fact that he can no longer afford to support his children after being blacklisted from his work. Charlie has filed a request to reduce his child support payments as he has been unable to find a steady work from many aspects of the entertainment industry.

The actor has two daughters (13 and 14 years old) from wife Richard. He stated that currently he pays them $20,000 a month. And, he has 9-year-old twin sons from wife Mueller, for whom he pays $55,000 per month. Moreover, in a court’s document, a glimpse of the actor’s “past due” on payments to his home mortgage and pool and gardening services were seen.

Charlie was married to Richards for 4 years (2002 to 2006). After a divorce case was filed, he tied the knot with the realtor and reality TV star Mueller in May, 2011 (almost 5 years later to his call-off to the first marriage), for three years. But again, he got separated.

During a paperwork, Charlie claims that he is in a “dire financial crisis”, and says his fortune has substantially dwindled in recent years. He has also added that he owes millions to the lawyers and the tax man, as well as bank mortgage payments. A hearing has been scheduled for next month to address his issues.

The actor got himself dramatically fired from No. 1 Sitcom “Two and a Half Men” a while ago. This lasted only two seasons with  follow-up gig, “Anger Management” for his financial circumstances. Apart from these circumstances, the actor Charlie went public about his HIV positive status in 2015. Since then, the actor is really living a low profile life. The actor appeared in films, including “Platoon”  in 1986; “Wall Street” in 1987; “Young Guns” in 1988; “Eight Men Out” in 1988; “Major League” in 1989; “Hot Shots!” in 1991; and “The Three Musketeers” in 1993.