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Denise Richards‘ life may be in the public eye, but that doesn’t mean she’ll allow her children to watch everything from her past.
The actress, 48, recently opened up to Yahoo Lifestyle Australia about her racy role in the 1998 erotic thriller Wild Things and revealed that her three daughters were prohibited from watching her famous love scene with co-star Neve Campbell.
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Richards shares Sami, 15, and Lola, 13, with ex-husband Charlie Sheen. She is also mom to 7-year-old Eloise, whom she adopted as a single mom in 2011.
“I definitely did not give them a copy,” she told the outlet. “I told them, ‘I don’t want you guys watching this,’ because one of my daughters brought it up to me and I was shocked.”
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As her daughters begin to get older, Richards said their friends are coming across risque footage of her — particularly the one from the 1998 film which featured Richards making out with Campbell in the pool as they undress each other.
“A couple of friends had told her about it and I just said to her, ‘I would appreciate if you didn’t watch it,'” Richards recalled. “It’s not age-appropriate.”
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Just because the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star did not want her daughters to watch the footage, that didn’t mean she told them she had any regrets about it.
“It was a movie I did, it was a script I loved, it’s me being creative,” she recalled of her conversation with Eloise and Lola. “I worked with amazing actors and one day if you do see it, you may not agree with my decision but that’s what mum decided to do.'”
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Still, Richards sympathized with her young girls in having to watch their mother take on risque roles and even said she wouldn’t want to be in their shoes.
“It’s weird for them, to...
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