Charlie Sheen: Getting Neighborly With His Ex?

Contrary to reports, exiled former “Two and a Half Men” star isn't moving Denise Richards into his neighborhood. But he has reportedly bought another house — maybe for Brooke Mueller?

Update, Sunday 1:25 p.m.: It appears that Charlie Sheen won't be surrounding himself with exes anytime soon after all — at least as far as Denise Richards is concerned. Richards' representative told TheWrap, "Denise is moving back into her home that she has been remodeling for 2 years and it isn’t near Charlie’s.  I believe he did buy another house but no idea what his plans are for that house."

Previously….

Charlie Sheen is once again defying conventional logic, and moving his ex-wives closer to him, according to TMZ.

Sheen is moving his ex, Denise Richards, into a house just a few doors down from his own Beverly Hills residence in order to spend more time with his kids, the website says. (Sheen and Richards, who were married from 2002 to 2006, have two daughters, Sam and Lola, together.)

Moreover, Sheen is considering buying yet another home in his neighborhood for his most recent ex, Brooke Mueller, so she and their twin sons, Bob and Max, can be closer at hand.

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Richards has already moved some of her belongings into the home, according to TMZ; she and the girls should be living there in approximately a week. Sheen reportedly bought the home from Phoenix Pictures CEO Mike Medavoy earlier this year.

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Sheen's notion of welcoming Mueller to the neighborhood as well is still in the plannings stages, sources tell the site. (Mueller and Sheen's divorce was finalized in May, following a Christmas 2009 incident at the couple's Aspen home that resulted in Sheen pleading guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge.)

Thankfully, Sheen will soon have a new source of revenue in the form of his planned "Anger Management" TV series, after getting the ax from "Two and a Half Men" in March.

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At least someone's doing something to help the real-estate agents of the world get back on their feet in this crummy housing market…

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The only question is, which house will they all gather at to watch Sheen's Comedy Central roast on Sept. 19?

Representatives for Sheen and  Richards did not immediately respond to TheWrap's request for comment.