Denise Richards no longer wants to care for the twins of ex-husband Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller because of the boys' violent nature, TMZ reported Tuesday.
In a letter to L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services, Richards detailed how Bob and Max Sheen, 4, have kicked and strangled her dogs and said they wanted to "hurt and kill the dogs," according to TMZ. Richards also claims the boys have punched, kicked and bitten her daughters, Sam, Lola and Eloise. Usually, these incidents follow time the boys have spent with Mueller, Richards reportedly said in the letter.
But wait, that's not to say Sheen is blameless -- after all, he doesn't have custody of the boys.
The twins have been under Richards' temporary guardianship since May, when Mueller was placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold reportedly because of a drug overdose. Bob and Max were supposed to remain with Richards until the end of the year, according to court documents.
Richards reportedly added in the letter that a pediatrician has recommended the boys get psychological counseling but Mueller refuses consent.
The guardianship issue has arisen just as the relationship between Sheen and Mueller has taken a nasty turn.
Last week, Sheen unloaded to TMZ, calling Mueller a whore and drug addict while criticizing her parenting. TMZ said Tuesday that it received a subpoena from Mueller's lawyers ordering the media outlet to preserve the video and audio interviews with Sheen. The lawyers are reportedly building a case against Sheen for violating a gag order in the ongoing custody dispute. Sheen didn't help matters when he referred to the judge in the case as "The Dishonorable Judge Douchebag."
But wait, there's more.
Sheen took to Twitter on Tuesday after reports of the subpoena to fire off a birthday message to Mueller, which read in part, "why don't ya 'blow' out this candle." The message included a photo of a piece of cake with a fake grenade on top, which Sheen apparently received during a party for his show "Anger Management."
Is it just me, or do the issues facing Bob and Max suddenly make sense?