Denise Denied Emergency Order Against Charlie


Jul. 22 2008, Published 4:00 a.m. ET

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For the second time in three days, Denise Richards was denied an emergency order against ex-husband Charlie Sheen that would have blocked his access to their two daughters.

"The court commissioner did not find any emergency to justify changes to the current custodial arrangement," the actor's rep tells OK! in a statement.

Claiming there were "serious issues" at Charlie's home that would harm daughters Sam, 4, and Lola, 3, Denise filed a request for an emergency restriction order against the star on Thursday, which was ultimately not granted by the sit-in judge.

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Her attorney, Neal Hersh, announced intentions to re-file on Monday with their regular judge, who did not see just cause for the order.

"Charlie was very happy with the court commissioner only granting the innocuous portions of what Denise was asking for, and denied everything else," the Emmy nominee's rep adds. "This is the second time in three days that Denise Richards asked two different judges to modify the custodial arrangements for Charlie Sheen, and on both occasions she lost. Charlie Sheen only wants what is best for his young children.

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The whole ordeal, the Sheen camp believes, is a ploy to generate buzz for the actress' E! reality show, Denise Richards: It's Complicated.

"It is unfortunate that Denise Richards and her attorney are trying to create a media circus to help her promote her television series."


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