Charlie Sheen is once again locked in a nasty family dispute and he's opening up about it on The Dr. Oz Show.
In a new episode of the daytime talk show, the Golden Globe winner claims that he's paying exes Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller $55,000 a month each.
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"You could all live on that, right?" Sheen remarks to the shocked studio audience.
The 50-year-old former Two and a Half Men star has 6-year-old twin boys -- Max and Bob -- with Mueller and two daughters -- Sam, 11, and Lola Rose, 10 -- with Richards, and he says his generosity was a part of a plan he referred to as "Operation Harmony," which was intended to bring his kids and exes together.
"I bought houses in my neighborhood for Brooke and the boys, and then for Denise and the girls," Sheen says. "I wanted everybody to be in the same neighborhood. And that all went bad."
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After Richards and the kids moved close by, she alleges Sheen sent a text to their daughters, saying, "Tell Mom to go eat pork and die" and "yure mom is a loser."
"I told Charlie there are texts that he appears to have sent that were mean-spirited and harmful to his family," Dr. Oz told ET. "He didn't deny that he sent them."
Sheen admits that he tends to be "victimized by [his] anger at times," and Dr. Oz told ET that the actor acknowledged there have been times in his life where he felt like demons possessed him.
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"I was taking a lot of testosterone cream and I think I went too far with it," Sheen says. "It was, kind of, like, a borderline, not a 'roid rage, but a 'roid disengage, you know?"
The Dr. Oz Show airs weekdays.