Sheen Has What’s Left of His ‘Two and a Half Men’ Wages Docked for Child Support

Jun 29, 2011  •  Post A Comment

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has ordered Charlie Sheen’s former employers at Warner Bros. to dock Sheen’s wages each month for child support payments, the AP reports.

Judge Hank Goldberg ordered the salary the actor is still receiving for the CBS sitcom "Two and a Half Men" to be docked $55,000 per month, the story says.

Goldberg’s ruling came in response to a request from Brooke Mueller Sheen, the mother of he couple’s twin sons. The couple divorced May 2, about two months after Charlie Sheen was fired from the show. The payments are reportedly ordered as a part of the divorce settlement.

Sheen and Warner Bros. are locked in a high-stakes dispute over the actor’s firing, which seems likely to complicate the payment process even with a court order in place.

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