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Denise accuses Charlie of another low blow

According to the soon-to-be E! reality show star, Charlie recently fired off a shocking wish of ill will for both her and her father.
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The he-said/she-said war of words between Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen just won’t stop. Following last week’s installment, wherein Denise claimed she never requested Charlie’s sperm for artificial insemination, and his rep responded with a round of oh-yes-she-dids, Denise spoke with Page Six to offer up a new twist.

According to the soon-to-be E! reality show star, Charlie recently fired off a shocking wish of ill will for both her and her father. “Last week, I sent Charlie a text message asking him if he's going to Family Day (for daughter Sam's school) and letting him know Sam was sick with a cold,” Denise said. “His response was, 'I hope you and your worthless retarded father get cancer and join your stupid mom. Rot in hell you (bleeping) whore.' My mom died of cancer. This is what I deal with on a weekly basis.”

Denise told Page Six the entire message smacked of hypocrisy. “For him to slam me saying I'm exploiting the kids, well, he's exploited our entire situation. He missed Dad's day at the school and my father had to go in his place. And this is how he talks to me?”

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Nick, who was convicted of reckless driving following a 2007 car crash that left his friend John Graziano critically injured, is currently serving eight months in a Florida jail. On the tape, Nick could be heard complaining about his jail time, telling his mother, “I'm just sitting here counting the minutes on my damn fingers,” before Linda took over the conversation.

“I just feel so bad that you're there, because, truthfully Nick, you don't deserve to be there and, ultimately, John doesn't deserve to be where he is,” Linda assured her son. “But you know what? You guys were best friends, and (John’s mother) Debbie didn't know you. Neither did (John’s father) Ed. They didn't know you.”

In fact, Linda doesn’t believe John’s parents even knew their own son very well. “I knew him better than his own mother knew him. Would you agree on that? I mean, anybody would agree.”

Hulk’s soon-to-be ex even claimed her own grief is greater than that of the victim’s family. “(Debbie) has no other recourse other than to be nasty and vindictive now, because if she really knew you, if she really knew the relationship between you, John and (another friend), she'd be sad right now. She wouldn’t be mad. You know, she'd be devastated like I am. She's not sad; she's just acting angry, like she wants some money. John never meant anything to her or Ed. It's sad because I really appreciated you kids, I miss John, and I miss you, too. It's like she's not suffering. I am. I have a loss. She didn't give two sh--s.”

Dish on the fly Until the day her now-infamous Vanity Fair photo was released, Miley Cyrus had no idea of the controversy it would cause. One of Miley’s BFFs, “Hannah Montana” co-star Anna Maria Perez de Tagle, told E! News the teen queen just didn’t see it coming. “It really hurt her inside,” Anna explained. “She didn’t know that people would look at it like that.” … Saving the whales isn’t the only cause close to Hayden Panettiere’s heart. The “Heroes” hottie wants the U.S. drinking age lowered, too. “I can buy porn or kill someone in war but I can’t have a glass of wine,” she told the UK’s Mail on Sunday. “If I could change one thing about America it would be its ridiculous age limits on things. That’s why I love visiting Britain. I can walk in to a bar and order a drink without having to show my passport. That’s so cool.”

Tabloid Tidbits is compiled by Ree Hines.