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    Charlie Sheen tells ex-wife Denise Richards to move out of mansion he owns

    The 'Anger Management' actor wants the actress, their two daughters, Sam, 10, and Lola, eight, and her little girl Eloise, two, to find somewhere else to live because he has a buyer who is ready to move in to the house in Beverley Hills, California.


    A source told RadarOnline.com: "Charlie's lawyers have advised Denise it's time to move out of the Mulholland Estates mansion.

    "He has claimed to have a buyer for the home lined up. Charlie wants Denise and the girls out - right away. Put simply, he doesn't seem to care where Denise moves to."

    The insider also claims the 48-year-old star's fiancée, porn star Brett Rossi, helped to persuade him to tell Denise and the girls to move out, arguing she no longer deserved the property since relations turned sour when Charlie claimed she stopped him seeing their daughters over the festive period.

    A source said: "Brett convinced Charlie to sell the mansion, arguing that Denise has cut off access to their daughters, why should he allow her to live in the house for free?"

    "Charlie hasn't spent any significant time with the girls in several months and thinks it's ridiculous that he continue to pay Denise $55,000."

    Charlie had previously threatened to ask a judge to cut his monthly $55,000 child support payment to the 43-year-old actress, who he used to enjoy an amicable relationship with, and reportedly paid just over half that amount for January and hasn't paid anything since, according to TMZ.

    The former 'Two and a Half Men' star, who was married to his second wife Denise from 2002 to 2006, bought the property for her back in 2011 so she and the kids would be close to him.

    Another source claims it will be an inconvenience for Denise to be forced to move out of the luxury home because their daughters go to school nearby.

    They said: "Sam and Lola's school is currently less than a five minute drive from the house they are living in now.

    "It would be about an hour drive each way if Denise moved back to Hidden Hills to their school."

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