Denise Richards asked Charlie Sheen for more of his spermies.

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ET ONLINE spoke exclusively to Two and a Half Men star and recently engaged, Charlie Sheen in an interview to air Tuesday, August 7th. Sheen talks about the recent rumors that his ex-wife Denise Richards requested a sperm donation from him so that she could have more children. When asked if the rumors are true Charlie tells ET ONLINE, “They are true. There is documentation that I’ll show in court revealing the request for my ‘donation.‘” Sheen adds, “I’m good to enough to provide DNA but I’m not good enough to hire my own child care provider?” When asked if he would consider making a donation, Sheen candidly tells ET ONLINE, “I would sooner walk on the surface of the moon in exactly what I’m wearing.”

Sheen is requesting to amend his custody agreement with Denise Richards, he discusses with ET ONLINE the points that he would like to change in their agreement. Charlie tells ET, “I want an extra weekend per month, the ability to hire my own nanny or child care provider and no phone calls to the house unless there is a medical emergency.” He adds, “If there’s a problem then call, but otherwise I don’t want to interrupt my time with the girls to run to the phone.” Regarding childcare for his children, Sheen admits to ET ONLINE, “As far as this nanny business, I can’t be monitored anymore. The type of household that Brooke and I provide, we should be able to decide if we need help or not.

For more information, TUNE IN TO ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT. INTERVIEW AIRS TOMORROW, TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 2007

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Monday, August 6th, 2007 at 4:16pm
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