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Denise Richards: Charlie Sheen Denies Telling His Daughter He Was Going To Kill Her

Denise Richards hasn’t had the easiest of times dealing with ex-husband and father of her daughters, Charlie Sheen. In fact, no one has had an easy time dealing with Charlie Sheen in recent hist...
Denise Richards: Charlie Sheen Denies Telling His Daughter He Was Going To Kill Her
Written by Lacy Langley
  • Denise Richards hasn’t had the easiest of times dealing with ex-husband and father of her daughters, Charlie Sheen.

    In fact, no one has had an easy time dealing with Charlie Sheen in recent history.

    Charlie Sheen claims he pays Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller $55,000 each every single month and gave them both a house in his neighborhood.

    But, it just hasn’t been smooth sailing for Denise Richards.

    Denise Richards claims she overheard him telling her daughter with Sheen, Lola, “I’m going to kill you and I’m going to kill your mom.”

    On the Dr. Oz show, Sheen denies ever saying that.

    He said, “I would never speak about any of my children like that ever. Ever. And I would never threaten their mom. That’s not who I am. I wouldn’t do that.”

    At her big sisters' school watching the Christmas tree lighting ceremony

    A photo posted by Denise Richards (@deniserichards_officialpage) on

    But, the whole episode was centered around his 2011 meltdown, the subsequent years of bizarre behavior and the possibility that steroids, alcohol and drugs all played a role.

    Simple Math

    A photo posted by Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) on

    So, you know, it’s possible.

    When Dr. Oz asked what he would say to his daughters and Denise Richards if he did, in fact, say that.

    He said, “Well, you got to own your own crap. I’d apologize and hope to move forward. What else can you do?”

    What do you think about Charlie Sheen denying Denise Richards’ accusations?

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