Actor Charlie Sheen said Thursday that he can’t afford his child support payments, and he’s asking a judge to cut him some slack.

Charlie Sheen, 52, is asking a judge to reduce what he owes to two former wives.

The disgraced former star of “Two and a Half Men,” whose contract was terminated by CBS following derogatory remarks he made about the show’s creator, argues that Hollywood had essentially blacklisted him.

After his firing, Sheen worked two seasons with the FX comedy series “Anger Management.” The actor, 52, has less than $10 million in the bank, according to a recent court filing obtained by the Blast.

Sheen owes nearly $5 million in back taxes and hasn’t worked steadily since 2014.

“I have been unable to find steady work, and have been blacklisted from many aspects of the entertainment industry,” Sheen said in court documents obtained by People.

The New York-born actor currently makes five-figure monthly payments to former wife Brooke Mueller to care for twin sons Bob and Max, and to Denise Richards for daughters Sam and Lola’s expenses, according to reports from various celebrity news outlets.

A judge reduced those payments in 2016, although there was no hearing, TMZ reported, as Sheen was liquidating assets to pay legal bills and other expenses.

During his final season with “Two and a Half Men,” Sheen was paid $1.8 million per half-hour episode. He earned three Emmy nominations and two Golden Globe nods for his role as Charlie Harper on the series, which began in 2003 and ended in 2015.

A court hearing has been scheduled for September.

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