Charlie Sheen has wished death on two of his former girlfriends after claiming they tried to scam money from him.
Charlie Sheen has wished death on two of his ex-girlfriends after claiming they tried to scam him out of money.
The outspoken actor has hit out at porn stars Jayme Langford and Jana Jordan - who he was dating alongside Celeste Star - for trying to rack up huge bills on his credit cards and says he looks forward to being able to ''dance joyously'' on their graves.
He released a statement to TMZ saying: ''With violent hatred, I hope you two charlatans fatally choke on a Vons can of pressed turkey...
''It's Sheeniously poetic that on a day rooted in the celebration of gratitude, I can dance joyously on the graves of your napalm charred corpses, as I revel in the absolute and perfect reality of your swift and perfect disposal.''
The 'Anger Management' star - who is locked in a furious custody battle over his four-year-old twin sons Bob and Max with ex-wife Brooke Mueller - also compared them to the ''cancer'' that is his former spouse.
He said: ''Not since the cancer known as Brooke have I been the victim of such an elaborate and dastardly shakedown.
''I've observed more nobility and honour in the drifters I've run over and child molesters I spit on at Pelican Bay...''
And Charlie has ordered his former girlfriends never to speak about him or contact him again.
He said: ''Lose my number. Erase the memory of me. Never speak my name in public or private. You know my code.''
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