Charlie Sheen's online outbursts are affecting his kids' education

Jun 23, 2015 at 9:25 a.m. ET

The repercussions of Charlie Sheen's insane and expletive-filled rants have spilled over from affecting his own personal and professional life to that of his children.

According to Radar Online, the former Two and a Half Men star's online antics are costing his children seats in elite private schools. The website is alleging that a source has said, "Sam and Lola have applied for admission at numerous private schools, and have been rejected at every single one."

The source chronicles how the kids' grades aren't the problem, either, saying, "The girls have great grades, and test very well."

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The problem lies completely with their problem father. The source continued, "Several of the schools made it clear there couldn't be any risk of one of Charlie's infamous tirades. These schools are the best of the best, and do everything to stay out of the media."

The schools are understandably guarded about Sheen and his tirades. In 2013, the Anger Management star encouraged his fans via Twitter to send rotten eggs and dog poop to his then 9-year-old's school, Viewpoint, because he claimed she was being bullied and they didn't believe her.

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These allegations come hot on the heels of Sheen's latest outburst at his ex-wife, Denise Richards, on Father's Day. He called Richards the "worst mom alive" as well as a "washed up piglet" and other colorful names.

This source alleged that this open letter to the media was the result of him lashing out at Richards for not allowing him to, at the last minute, take his children to Mexico. They said, "He didn’t know it was Father's Day until Sunday, and decided he wanted to take Sam and Lola to Mexico." When he was denied, he "acted out."

Richards is now, allegedly, looking for a new house outside of Sheen's neighborhood and will be looking to enroll the kids in a public school.

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