Charlie Sheen has reportedly kicked Denise Richards out of the home he bought her in the exclusive Mulholland Estates of Los Angeles.
The 'Anger Management' star fell out with his ex-wife toward the end of last year and has since demanded she and their daughters, Sam, 10, and Lola, eight, as well as her adopted little girl, Eloise, leave the Mulholland Estates mansion he bought her in 2011.
Charlie is reportedly selling the huge Los Angeles property - which includes six bedrooms and nine bathrooms - to a friend.
A source told RadarOnline.com lawyers for the actor ''have been working with Denise in vacating the premises.
''Charlie has wanted Denise out of the gated community where he also lives for months, and his porn star fiancée, Brett Rossi has been pushing for it too.''
It has previously been reported moving out is a huge inconvenience for Denise, as her daughters go to school very close to where they live.
A source added: ''Charlie is allowing Denise to stay in the house until the girls finish school in several weeks ... But as soon as they are done with school Charlie wants her out. It's really sad because it just didn't have to come to this.''
Charlie fell out with Denise after claiming she wouldn't let him see their girls over christmas, as she took them on holiday.
It is said Brett - who now goes by the name Scottine - has taken a dislike to Denise, but both she and Charlie have preciously denied this is the case.
Charlie's third wife, Brooke Mueller, also lives in the same estate, with their twin sons, Bob and Max, five.
While Brooke was being treated for addiction issues last year Denise took custody of the twins, but had to give them up after she said they displayed violent behaviour to her pets and children.
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