Charlie Sheen Tells ‘Homophobe’ Phil Robertson To Marry Denise Richards: ‘Then You Can Practice Bestiality!’

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Charlie Sheen has brought controversial Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson into his own family drama, saying the shunned A&E star should marry his ex-wife Denise Richards so he can “practice the Bestiality he hates!”

Despite Richards taking care of his twin sons Bob and Max when their mother and his ex, Brooke Mueller, was taken on an involuntary psych hold and sent to rehab for the 22nd time — and Richards again offering to take them back so they don’t end up in the foster care system — Sheen took to Twitter on Monday morning to blast her.

Sheen is reportedly upset because he won’t be going on a Christmas family trip with Richards and his children, even though insiders exclusively tell Radar he was invited and chose not to go.

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In poem-style, Sheen tweeted:

Richards responded to Sheen’s suggestion on Twitter, taking the high road.

She also made it clear to Sheen that he is more than welcome to spend the holidays with them, and pleaded for him to stop with the feud for the sake of their children.

Despite outlets reporting that Richards wouldn’t allow Sheen to see his children to exchange Christmas gifts, she’s sticking to her ground that it was never the case, even telling him, “we love u.”

“And Denise never asked to use Charlie’s jet,” an insider exclusively told Radar.

“She actually chartered her own.”

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As for Robertson, he refuses to stand down from homophobic comments he made during an interview withGQ, saying he was just quoting the Bible.

The Louisiana native caused a major stir when he said he doesn’t understand homosexuality between men, saying, “It seems like, to me, a vagina — as a man — would be more desirable than a man’s anus. That’s just me. I’m just thinking: There’s more there! She’s got more to offer. I mean, come on, dudes! You know what I’m saying?”

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