Charlie Sheen is reportedly heading to court to ask the judge to reduce the monthly child support allowance he pays his ex-wife Denise Richards for their children Sam and Lola.
The 'Anger Management' star is believed to be going to the Los Angeles court to ask the judge to cut the $55,000 he gives Denise each month for their daughters Sam, 10, and Lola, eight.
A source told RadarOnline: ''Charlie hasn't spent any time with the girls in several months and thinks it's ridiculous that he continues to pay Denise $55,000.''
The 48-year-old star also wants his former spouse to move out of the posh pad he has provided her with in Los Angeles.
Denise, 42, has lived in the house with Sam, Lola, and her adopted two-year-old daughter Eloise, for over a year because it is close to her children's school.
The former couple fell out in December after Charlie claimed Denise deliberately took the children on a vacation over the festive holiday so they couldn't spend Christmas with him.
Meanwhile, Charlie recently got engaged to his porn star girlfriend Brett Rossi after he popped the question in Hawaii last month.
However, Brett is still legally married to her first husband Jonathan Ross, who filed for divorce from her last July.
Charlie also has a grown-up daughter Cassandra from a previous relationship and four-year-old twins Bob and Max with his third wife Brooke Mueller.
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