Denise Richards: Charlie Sheen called our 10-year-old daughter 'pig whore' and threatened murder.

Denise Richards: Charlie Sheen called our 10-year-old daughter 'pig whore' and threatened murder.
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A lawsuit filed by model and actress Denise Richards against ex-husband and father of her children Charlie Sheen claims his daughters are scared to be alone with him after he allegedly sent a series of abusive texts threatening to kill them and their mother, according to Page Six. It's not an outrageous claim, considering Sheen once sent abusive Tweets her way in full view of the public. This certainly threatens to deplete any and all goodwill Sheen has accumulated in recent weeks from the revelation of his struggle with HIV.

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The $1.2 million suit, filed last week, accuses Sheen of texting his 10 year-old daughter Lola: “Your dad is a rock star genius . . . Your mom is a p–s wart.” Name-calling between daddy and mommy is bad enough, but Charlie also allegedly called the pre-teen a “[bleeping] pig whore” while yelling, “I’m going to kill you and I’m going to kill your mom.”

Sheen maintains he only wanted to call Richards those names, and that it's her fault for not letting him have unsupervised visits with the kids. One can only imagine why she wouldn't want to leave her kids alone with that hot mess.

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This battle isn't likely to be resolved anytime soon, if Richards' tweets directed at Sheen's lawyer yesterday are any indication: 

“It’s volatile,” a source told Page Six, “They’re afraid. They obviously love their dad, but they don’t feel comfortable. Stuff like that doesn’t go away overnight. They don’t want to be alone with him.”

Stories about Charlie Sheen were way more fun when he was just going around yelling, "winning" and "tiger blood." Hell, even Sheen's insane unlicensed doctor in Mexico injecting himself with Sheen's HIV+ blood to "prove" he had cured the actor was more fun than this.

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Related: Charlie Sheen's ex claims he never revealed his HIV status, gets her diagnosis live on the radio.

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