Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards, the once it couple is now in one of the most controversial divorce ever.
E-mails that were allegedly sent to Denise after her spilt with Charlie Sheen has been leaked. According to The New York Daily News, an anonymous source who claims to have worked with Sheen on his hit CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men sent them a packet including Sheen’s emails, as well as pictures of genitals that the star allegedly emailed to women he met online.
In one of these emails Charlie Sheen tells his Denise:
“Go cry to your bald mom, you [bleep]ing loser.”
whose mother is currently receiving chemotherapy treatment for kidney cancer. In another one of these alleged emails, Sheen attacks Richards again:
“You are a pig,” he writes. “A sad, jobless pig who is sad and talentless and evil and a bad mom, so go [expletive] yourself, you sad jobless pig.”
A month prior to the controversial emails, Sheen tried to apologize:
“I have been responsible for some of the worst dialogue and venom-spewing behavior in the past few weeks that I can possibly recall, ever, The anger and frustration that our situation has generated is beginning to manifest itself in physical forms and cellular regression.”
About two weeks later Sheen allegedly sent Richards emails saying:
“You are a horrible mom. Save your phony flowers for any one of your 30 dogs.”
To make things more interesting Denise says Sheen even visited gay pornography sites and that she found even more disturbing because I felt that the boys looked underage. In response to Denise’s claims Charlie released the following staement:
“I will not dignify the majority of these allegations set forth by Denise Richards with any measure of response. On its best day it remains laughable and inane…Brooke and I remain committed to the task at hand. These unlawful and diabolical accusations will not distract us from the focus of our resolve…I am making every possible effort to assure that the courts focus on my children and their welfare. My refusal to dignify garbage needs to be understood in the context of the history of this case and Denise’s need and desire to make it about issues that do not involve anything other than her emotions.