Charlie Sheen says his ex-wife is endangering their children. In an outrageous 10-minute interview with TMZ, Sheen blasted the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services for allowing his ex Brooke Mueller to spend more time with their four-and-a-half year old twin sons Bob and Max. Sheen accused Mueller of bribing government officials, said she allowed the kids to hang around drug dealers, and said his boys were terrorized by her pet tarantulas and lizards. “She's as awful a parent and a person as you can possibly draw up,” says Sheen.
Britney Spears has posted her newest single on her Facebook page. The ballad "Perfume" is from her forthcoming eighth album, Britney Jean, which will be released on December 3. “Perfume is incredibly special to me,” the pop star told E! News. “Everyone's been through an insecure moment in a relationship that's left them vulnerable and I think this song captures that.” Britney is also less than a month away from a two-residency at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas. “A tour based in one place just seems ideal,” says the travel-weary artist.
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