Charlie Sheen had a father-son moment in Malibu when he took his towering twin kids, Max and Bob, out for smoothies.
Charlie Sheen is a “winning” father. On Thursday (March 28), the 57-year-old actor was spotted in Malibu, taking his boys, twins Max and Bob Sheen, for smoothies and snacks.
Charlie wore a pullover hoodie, blue pants, a white stop, and a black cap. Though Sheen’s sons, whom he has with his ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, are just 14 years old, they are just as tall as their father, who is 5’10”. They also wore sunglasses, which added to the familial resemblance.
Charlie’s youngest children, Max and Bob, result from his three-year marriage to actress Brooke Mueller, 45. The couple divorced in 2011 but only recently resolved a years-long child support dispute.
According to Us Weekly, Charlie requested a modification to the arrangement in 2018, citing that his “income [had] changed dramatically” since 2016 when he was ordered to pay Mueller $55,000. He was also obligated to pay $20,000 to his ex-wife, Denise Richards, for his kids, Sami, 19, and Lola, 17.
“I have been banned from many sectors of the entertainment industry and have been unable to find stable work,” he wrote. “All of this has resulted in a major loss in my earnings,” he reportedly said at the time, when he was paying both ladies 9.5% of his overall annual revenue from all sources, which surpassed $2.1 million at the time.
Charlie and Brooke worked out the specifics in 2022. They reached an unspecified financial accord. “Mr. “Sheen and Ms. Mueller understand the immense benefit to their children in calmly, discreetly reaching an agreement centered on the family’s overall best interests,” Sheen’s attorney, Gregory J. Pedrick, Esq., told Us Weekly. “They should be commended for bringing that about.”
Denise, 52, speaks with Caroline Stanbury of Real Housewives of Dubai on her podcast Divorced, Not Dead in August 2022. “I don’t regret my marriage to Charlie because I truly feel that he and I were brought together to have our girls,” she stated.
“I filed for divorce while six months pregnant, which was incredibly painful, and I didn’t know the impact of how public it would be and how it would damage my career because I thought, ‘This is my personal life. Why is this affecting my work life?’”
‘I suppose I was on tabloid covers for approximately two years straight. It was also really challenging.”
She described the situation as “difficult” but said the children helped her cope with the public scrutiny of the high-profile divorce. “I had these two infants, and it was incredibly hard for me, and at the end of the day, I just wanted to go lock myself in a bubble and protect them,” Denise added. “Who is truly present? It is my family and my children. And I believe that is what got me through the first stage of the divorce.”