Denise Richards, Charlie Sheen

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If Charlie Sheen is hoping to make Sober Valley Lodge into some sort of commune of his exes and their kids and, of course, the goddesses, he can forget about it.

As we all know by now, his twin boys were recently taken from him and returned to Brooke Mueller. They're now with her parents while she's enrolled in a treatment program for substance abuse problems.

What about his daughters with ex Denise Richards?

I'm told that Sheen actually asked Richards to move into the house with their kids.

"She's not letting the girls anywhere near that house," a family source said. "No one knows what Charlie will do next. And there's no way any of the 'goddesses' are going to be babysitting Lola and Sam."

Richards took to her Twitter this week to refute reports that Sam, 6, and Lola, 5, were with their father. "My girls have been and always will be my first priority," she wrote in one tweet. "They are safe."

I'm told Charlie also wanted them to join him and his merry band of adult-film pals for the now infamous trip to the Bahamas.

No surprise, but Sheen wasn't too pleased that Richards refused to his drink the tiger blood Kool-Aid.

"He was threatening her and telling her he'd make her life a living hell," my source said.

I'm told, however, that those closest to Sheen aren't that surprised by his recent behavior. "His family and friends have seen this before," the source said. "It's nothing that new to them. Only thing different is everyone else is seeing it."

Meanwhile, back in Mueller land, another source says that she and Sheen are set to meet with their attorneys today with hopes of reaching a custody agreement to avoid court on Monday.

P.S.: Mueller does not have a Twitter account, so any accounts you see claiming to be hers are fake.

—Additional reporting by Aly Weisman

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