Is Charlie Sheen about to change reality TV forever?
Charlie Sheen thinks very little of his ex-wife Brooke Mueller and the former couple have been involved in a bitter custody battle, which may just turn into a reality TV show.
Will some good come of Charlie Sheen's career amidst a vicious custody battle with his ex-wife Brooke Mueller?
Apparently, the Anger Management actor has been offered a reality TV show so the world can have a peek at the turmoil happening in his life.
It's sad the industry wants to make a quick buck off someone's heartache, but that is the way the big TV bosses think. Dysfunctional families make for good reality TV shows and Sheen has made no attempt to hide his contempt for his ex-wife.
Having previously referred to Mueller as "Adderall snorting husk" and a "chubby weirdo," his Twitter feed is filled with angry rants directed at his ex-wife. The former couple have been engaged in a bitter custody feud over their 4-year-old twins Bob and Max for several months now.
In fact, the actor's harsh words don't end with his ex-wife — they also extend to the Los Angeles Department of Children & Family Services and the "anus-brain" judge who granted Mueller's brother temporary custody of Sheen's sons last week.
The potential reality show is said to be loosely based on the lives of Sheen and two of his ex-wives, Mueller and Denise Richards, who all coincidentally live in the same gated Los Angeles community.
According to TMZ, the TV bosses have even asked Dr. Charles Sophy, the medical director of DCFS, to appear in the program because he has been an important and influential part of the custody case.
However, it's been reported that Sophy is "uninterested" in the crazy idea, but there is no word yet whether Sheen is interested or not.