Charlie Sheen is furious at his ex-wife Denise Richards for reportedly preventing him from seeing their daughters at Christmas, and destroyed their wedding memorabilia in a fit of rage.
The 'Anger Management' star is allegedly furious at the actress for preventing him from seeing their daughters Sam, nine, and Lola, eight, over the Christmas holidays.
Charlie - who has until now maintained an amicable relationship with Denise - was enraged when the 42-year-old actress told him he wasn't welcome on their family holiday, and took out his anger on their wedding memorabilia.
The erratic star posted a picture of a baseball bat from their wedding on Twitter, which had been chopped into several pieces using a sharp knife.
The bat is engraved with the former couple's wedding date - June 15, 2002 - and features the phrase: ''Have a home run of a life''.
Charlie raged on the social networking site: ''More like a feeble 'K,' The lie is over. I'm done being treated like a relative with a one-way ticket. #DuhNeese (sic).''
Denise is said to be confused by Charlie's over-the-top reaction and apparently claims he is more than welcome to come on the trip.
According to TMZ, Charlie isn't seeing his five-year-old twin boys, Bob and Max, during the festive season either since they are currently under the temporary guardianship of his second ex-wife Brooke Mueller's brother.
Denise, who was looking after the twins while Brooke was in rehab for drug abuse, recently gave up guardianship of the twins because of their violent behaviour towards her daughters.
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