Charlie Sheen: How Much Money Does He Need?

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Without his nearly $2-million-per-episode salary from "Two and a Half Men," Charlie Sheen has been forced to find new ways to score some cash.

Once TV's highest-paid sitcom star, Sheen has reportedly inked a deal with to endorse products on Twitter.

Sheen told TMZ his primary motivation for joining Twitter last week was that it's a "cash cow." And, as he pointed out to TMZ, "I'm unemployed."

The unemployed actor was off to a strong start. In just over a day, he attracted 1.1 million followers, setting a new Guinness world record.'s CEO told The Hollywood Reporter that Sheen could make $1 million a year as a celebrity tweeter. That's chump change compared to what the actor was making before CBS postponed his show, a reported $2 million per episode.

Another business opportunity for Sheen has been proffered by Mark Cuban's HDNet cablet network. Cuban described Sheen as "somebody that everybody has a whole lot of interest in who is doing some interesting things, to say the least, according to AP."

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With four young children to support, the actor needs money more than ever, especially since his spending habits haven't changed. Sheen is reportedly purchasing a new $7.5 million home in Beverly Hills, Calif. According to GQ magazine, Sheen spent more than $1 million on new cars during his first week in rehab last month, adding to an already large collection.

His other purchases, according to GQ, include renting out the Astrodome so "a few friends" could take "batting practice," and paying porn star Kacey Jordan $30,000 for a party he held at his home in January.

Sheen's friend Eric Braun told the magazine that Sheen has so much money he can't "piss it away." "Most people run out of money, they burn out and then they finally hit rock bottom," Braun said, but those close to Sheen worry that "Charlie is not going to hit rock bottom financially." Braun believes "there are just three options" left for his friend: "rehab, jail or death."

Sheen's No. 1 concern, though, is getting back to work. With the future of his No. 1 sitcom in jeopardy, Sheen has said he would demand $3 million an episode from his CBS bosses if they wanted him back. Then he later told CNN's Piers Morgan he was just joking.

He's serious about being paid for the remainder of this season, however. According to Radar Online, Sheen's attorney, Marty Singer, sent a threatening letter to CBS and to Warner Bros., the show's producer, demanding that Sheen be paid for the remaining eight episodes of the season or there would be legal action.

Is Sheen just crying poor, or does he really need the money? Living in the fast lane doesn't come cheap. Below, an accounting of some of Sheen's biggest debts and assets:


Sheen is still driving in style.

He arrived at the Piers Morgan interview in a $500,000 Maybach. When his 2009 Mercedes-Benz ended up at the bottom of a cliff off Mulholland Drive last February, he went out and got a 2010 Mercedes-Benz. That one was found at the foot of a cliff five months later. (Maybe that's when he got the Maybach or stopped leaving the keys in his cars when they were parked in his open garage.) Plus, there's the more than $1 million he spent on cars during his lastest round of rehab, according to GQ.

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Sheen owns several. The all-night party that landed him in the hospital in January took place at his 7,924-square-foot Mulholland Drive estate, for which he paid $7.2 million in early 2006.

After he divorced his third wife, Brooke Mueller, she moved into the four-bedroom 4,179-square-foot house in Los Feliz that Sheen purchased for $2.5 million in 2007.

Sheen owns two smaller homes in Malibu and a condo in Marina Del Rey. He gave a condo he once owned in Malibu to his sister Renee Estevez, an actress. He also gave his 20-something daughter Cassandra Estevez a 3,231-square-foot house in Ventura County that he once owned.

Ex-Wives and Children

Sheen has three ex-wives and five children, including his grown daughter Cassandra.

He's paying his most recent ex, Mueller, $55,000 a month in child support for their two-year-old twin boys, Max and Bob. Mueller also received a parting gift of $757,689.70 and primary physical custody of the kids.

After the boys were removed from his home last week, Mueller reportedly sought sole custody. On Twitter, Sheen said: "not sure what all the legal noise is about ... just verbally reached a deal with B. no court mon. yay."

Sheen paid his second wife, Denise Richards, $40 million for less than three years of marriage, according to "Extra." That includes a $7-million divorce settlement; $20 million in syndication royalties from Sheen's sitcom; and nearly $10 million in child support for his daughters, Sam and Lola, until the girls turn 18.