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Legalities Aside, Sheen Stands Firm on Richards' Show
Charlie Sheen already went to court in an attempt to keep his kids out of their mom's reality show. Now he's only Half-joking when he says audiences should boycott ex-wife Denise Richards' upcoming series. After a failed attempt to put the legal kibosh on his daughters' inclusion, he mentioned to People that "we should all just boycott the thing!" He added, "The world is upside down sometimes." While Sheen's disappointment is understandable, he's a little late to the game. "Upside down" might have started a little before the legal ruling, like maybe when he called Richards "diabolical" over her allegations about his porn habit, among other previous problems. Or perhaps it all just started on day one: Sheen also allegedly sawed their wedding pic in half and spray-painted across it "The Dumbest Day of My Life." Sheen, however, isn't letting one "dumb" day keep him from another wedding. The actor and his fiancée Brooke Mueller are getting closer to settling on a date for their big day, which is likely to be this summer. - Anna Dimond Related: " Momsense! Denise Richards Show Is a Go " Judge Rules in Favor of Denise Richards' Reality Show
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