VIDEO: Charlie Sheen's Violent Message Appears To Include Talk Of Cutting Children's Throats

Mar. 7 2011, Updated 5:15 a.m. ET

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Charlie Sheen appears to have threatened to cut children's throats, RadarOnline.com has learned, in the second edition of his self-produced Web series Sheen's Korner, via the interactive broadcasting Web site, USTREAM.

Watch the video on RadarOnline.com (Warning: Explicit Language)

In Sunday's edition, the Two and a Half Men star launched into a bizarre, profanity-laced tirade during a chat with his associate/Tweet master Bob Maron.

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The two appear to be in an intense strategy session regarding the content for future Web broadcasts after Saturday's seemed to be an across-the-board disappointment to fans, critics and Sheen himself.

The controversial comment about cutting children's throats comes when Sheen tells Maron he wants to continue with his stream-of-consciousness monologues, as opposed to the public access show format he utilized for Saturday's broadcast.

Said Sheen: “I'm gonna write my sermons, I'm gonna deliver them like truth torpedoes, and people are gonna f **king  take it or leave it, we know they're gonna take it cause they can't process it, so they must condemn it, and it they can't condemn it, they'll like f **king  turn me into a God and worship it, and realize I'm behind them, cutting their throats, and their children's ...”

As Sheen says the word "children's," the tape noticeably skips a beat, jaggedly segueing into a completely different discussion.

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The comments in their raw form raise eyebrows, as Sheen was arrested Christmas Day 2009 on assault charges after his estranged wife, Brooke Mueller, told police in Colorado he'd held a knife to her throat while threatening to kill her. Just last week, Mueller said in court papers requesting a restraining order, that he'd threatened to cut off her head and send it in a box to her mother.

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