Denise Richards Files Restraining Order against Charlie Sheen
It's the all-new shocker in the Charlie Sheen-Denise Richards split. "Extra" has learned that Denise has just filed a restraining order against Charlie for allegedly harassing and threatening her.
The explosive new charges include Charlie has an Internet addiction to sex and gambling websites.
"I am disappointed that the situation has deteriorated to the point that it has become necessary to seek the assistance of the court," Richards said in a statement Friday. "However, my primary concern is and always has been the welfare of the children and this action today was taken to ensure their safety as well as mine."
"Extra" has learned that Richards has hired security guards and has turned to Kim Basinger's divorce attorney to represent her. Charlie's publicist is denying the explosive new allegations, telling "Extra," "For the last year Charlie has been hit with these ridiculous charges over and over again and has chosen to be a respectful gentleman and just responds with 'no comment.'"
The Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie wedding watch is reaching a new fever pitch, as speculation mounts that "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" will become Mr. and Mrs. Pitt this weekend in the African country of Namibia.
Sources in the South African country told "Extra" that the chance of a weekend wedding rests at a 90 percent chance! And to add fire to the fueling wedding rumors, a massive screen has been set up at the luxury lodge where Brad and Angie are staying to shut out shutterbug snoopers.
The Namibian government has just rounded up the paparazzi and kicked them out. Now, the government promises that anyone caught taking a picture of Brad and Angelina could be fined $100,000.
"Extra" also learned that no one can get within 10 miles of Camp Brangelina because of police security checkpoints.
However, "Extra" caught Brad and Angie Friday strolling outside their 10-mile safe haven and into a Namibian jewelry store. Perhaps they were buying wedding rings?
While Brangelina shuts out the paparazzi, Brad spoke for the first time since Angelina's pregnancy to the Associated Press via telephone Thursday. The interviewer dared to ask, "May I ask you a question about your upcoming fatherhood?" "Absolutely not," Brad responded.
One thing the father-to-be did reveal is why he and Angelina are planning to have Baby Pitt 9,000 miles from Hollywood. "Namibia is just a country we are very fond off," he said. "And a place we want to be for the time being."
Meanwhile, Britney Spears is where she wants to be. "Extra" caught the starlet in Malibu, where she was without husband Kevin Federline for the first time since Baby Sean Preston fell out of his high chair.