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Not Winning! Charlie Sheen Practically Homeless After Missing Mansion Payments

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Jan. 30 2019, Updated 5:40 p.m. ET

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Charlie Sheen has narrowly escaped being homeless after failing to pay the mortgage on his Beverly Hill mansion, can exclusively reveal.

The disgraced former Two and a Half Men star allegedly owes $86,091 on his ritzy seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom crib, putting the property in pre-foreclosure!

The HIV-positive actor — who was once worth $125 million — reportedly wrote a check on Jan. 10 to cover six months of missed payments.

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Sheen, 53, has been trying to unload the $8.5 million home for months, but hasn't had any takers.

Once the highest-paid star on TV, Sheen pocketed a cool $1.8 million per episode for his now-canceled sitcom.

But after admitting he shelled out hundreds of thousands in hush money to former lovers, Sheen claimed he was in "dire" straits and even got his monthly child support payments for his two kids with ex Denise Richards slashed by the court.

"Since June 2016, my income has changed significantly," Sheen wrote in his appeal to pay less. "I have been unable to find steady work and have been blacklisted from many aspects of the entertainment industry.

"All of this has resulted in a significant reduction in my earnings."

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