The shit has officially hit the fan (and by "shit" we mean the abuse shit, the drug shit, the gambling shit, and the online ambisexual jailbait porn shit) in the Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards divorce proceedings, as the actress has filed a mindblowing declaration today detailing the disintegration of their marriage. The Smoking Gun has the document, summarizing the "we knew Charlie was kind of a sickie, but my god" contents thusly:
In a remarkable sworn declaration filed today in Los Angeles Superior Court, Richards also alleges that Sheen assaulted her and threatened her life during a December 30 incident at her Los Angeles home. Richard claims that an enraged Sheen—who was over for a visit with the couple's two children—told her she was "fucking with the wrong guy" and called her a series of vulgar names in front of the children. The actor, Richards said, then shoved her to the ground and screamed, "I hope you f—king die, bitch." As Richards tells it, Sheen was angry because she had told her divorce attorney about discovering details of Sheen's porn-surfing practices. Richards's declaration, filed in support of her request for a restraining order against Sheen, contends that Sheen "belonged" to "disturbing" sites "which promoted very young girls, who looked underage to me with pigtails, braces, and no pubic hair performing oral sex with each other." Other sites visited by Sheen, Richards alleges, involved "gay pornography also involving very young men who also did not look like adults." Richards added that she also discovered that Sheen "belonged to several sex search type sites" on which he "looked for women to have sex with." His online profile, Richards noted, included a photo of "his erect penis."
We're obligated to point out that this is merely one side of the story in a messy divorce; we're sure that Sheen's response to these allegations will be forthcoming, right after he convinces his publicist to remove the gun from her mouth and help him figure out how to spin the erect penis situation into a harmless search for a urologist with an online-only practice.