Charlie Sheen Says He's 'Blacklisted' in Hollywood, Requests Child Support Decrease

Sheen also adds that he is in a 'dire financial crisis,' claiming his fortune has substantially dwindled in recent years.

AceShowbiz - Charlie Sheen has filed paperwork to reduce the child support he has to pay his ex-wives, insisting he can no longer afford it.

The actor claims he's nowhere near Hollywood's A-list anymore following his very public bust-up with Chuck Lorre, the creator of his hit TV show Two and a Half Men, and his big AIDS diagnosis reveal.

In fact, he insists he has been "blacklisted" in Tinseltown and few people want to work with him these days.

That means his once vast fortune is no more, and he's struggling to cover monthly child support bills to exes Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller.

"I have been unable to find steady work, and have been blacklisted from many aspects of the entertainment industry," he writes in his bid to modify his support payments.

According to the documents, obtained by The Blast, he currently pays former Bond girl Denise $20,000 (GBP15,200)-per-month to cover the expenses of their daughters Sam and Lola, and Mueller $55,000 (GBP41,900)-per-month for their twin sons Bob and Max.

Sheen was married to Richards from 2002 to 2006 and he divorced realtor and reality TV star Mueller in May, 2011 following three years of marriage. Both splits were acrimonious.

In the paperwork, Sheen claims he is in a "dire financial crisis", and claims his fortune has substantially dwindled in recent years.

He also states he also owes millions to lawyers and the tax man, as well as bank mortgage payments.

A hearing has been scheduled for next month.

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