Charlie Sheen Slams Denise Richards, Chops Up Wedding Souvenir: Picture
Forget the Grinch. According to Charlie Sheen, Denise Richards is to blame for stealing Christmas this year. The Anger Management star lashed out at his second ex-wife via Twitter on Sunday, Dec. 15, with an angry message and accompanying photo.
The picture shows a wooden Rawlings baseball bat chopped into pieces, with a sword and what appears to be a tiny bottle of Tabasco sauce lying amid the wreckage. On one piece of the bat is an inscription: "Congratulations Denise & Charlie. June 15, 2002. Have a home run of a life." (The bat was a souvenir from the former couple's wedding; they divorced in 2006.)
Alongside the snapshot, Sheen shared one of his trademark tweet poems. "More like a feeble 'K' / The lie is over. / I'm done / Being treated like / A relative with a / One-way ticket," he wrote, along with the hashtag "#DuhNeese," an apparent dig at his ex. Click here for more odd, previous celebrity pairings.
The photo was posted amid reports that the Two and a Half Men alum is upset over Richards' change of plans for the holidays. According to TMZ, the actor was supposed to join his ex and their daughters, Sam, 9, and Lola, 8, for Christmas -- but she reportedly pulled the plug on their trip. (The currently single Wild Things actress also has a 2-year-old, Eloise, whom she adopted in 2011.)
Other sources tell TMZ, however, that Sheen is still welcome on the trip. She has yet to address the incident on Twitter, though.
In any case, the feud (if there is one) is a big change from the couple's friendly relationship over the last couple of years. In October, the pair were spotted enjoying some family time with their kids at the pumpkin patch. And earlier this year, Richards called Sheen the "greatest ex ever" for lending her his jet.
The actor even voiced his support for Richards taking over the care of Max and Bob, his twin boys with Brooke Mueller, when the latter had to check into rehab. He is "truly grateful that she is here for the kids," a source told Us Weekly at the time.