Apparently Charlie Sheen thought that Father’s Day was a good time of the year to accuse Denise Richards of being a terrible mother. Sheen and Richards are parents to two daughters – Sam, 11 years, and Lola, 10 years old.
According to the Yahoo! Celebrity webpage, the 49-year old Anger Management star posted an “open letter to the media” where he called Richards a “shake down piece of s–t,” the “worst mother alive,” and a “despicable charlatan who sux ISIs ass.” The uncensored version was posted with a photo of a middle finger “flipping off” the sky outside an airplane window.
Sheen went even further and made comparisons between his ex-wives. He criticized Richards while flattering Brooke Mueller, the mother of his twins sons. Sheen wrote “Brooke M is a sexy rok star whom I adore D Richards a heretic washed up piglet Shame pile Happy Father’s Day!!!” Interestingly, it was Richards who saved the day and took custody of Sheen’s twin sons when Mueller was struggling with her drug addiction!
This type of behavior has become to be expected from Sheen. He separated from Richards while she was pregnant with Lola and the couple had a heated and bitter divorce. In fact Richards alleged that Sheen even made death threats against her.
To her credit, Richards response to Sheen’s latest rant was pretty mature. She posted “Happy Dad’s Day! @charliesheen,” on Twitter. “have a great trip in Mexico! Kids were disappointed u weren’t here for it- Hey we’ll celebrate when u r back!”
She continued, “And Happy Fathers Day to all the dads including my own dad Irv! Best dad ever & an amazing Grandpa!”
Sadly, while Richards appears to be equipped to deal with Sheen’s outbursts, RadarOnline reports that his daughters are the real victims. Ever since, “Sam and Lola have applied for admission at numerous private schools, and have been rejected at every single one,” a source insists to Radar. “The girls have great grades, and test very well. Several of the schools made it clear there couldn’t be any risk of one of Charlie’s infamous tirades. These schools are the best of the best, and do everything to stay out of the media.”