Sheen, according to court documents cited by the apparent court document experts at People, has claimed he's in need of a payment plan modification. Specifically, Sheen says he's been "unable to find steady work, and [has] been blacklisted from many aspects of the entertainment industry."
Pointing to a "significant" drop-off in income in recent years, Sheen reportedly added that he has "less than $10 million" left to his name, which is roughly $10 million more than I have left to mine. The child support payments in question stem from Sheen's previous marriages to Brooke Mueller and Denise Richards.
Aside from that Pump collab, Sheen most recently made headlines for his response to the canning of Roseanne, a show that should never have been brought back to begin with. In a tweet, Sheen proposed a revival of Two and a Half Men, the series that once earned him nearly $2 million per episode. "The runway is now clear for our reboot," Sheen said back in May.
Sheen last starred in the critically panned film 9/11 alongside Whoopi Goldberg and Luis Guzmán. Directed by Martin Guigui and based on Patrick Carson's Elevator play, the film was described by the A.V. Club's Jesse Hassenger as "the film equivalent of a guy loudly demanding the attention of everyone in a subway car, then refusing to even issue a compellingly strange rant." Last year also saw Sheen appear in a pair of Typical Rick episodes.