Charlie Sheen, who previously blamed his ex-wife Denise Richards when their 18-year-old daughter joined OnlyFans, is now eating his own words after receiving backlash on social media.

Sheen said Sunday that Richards "has illuminated a variety of salient points, that in my haste, I overlooked and dismissed," ETOnline reported.

"Now more than ever, it's essential that Sami have a united parental front to rely upon, as she embarks on this new adventure," he added in a statement. "From this moment forward, she'll have it abundantly."

The statement came a week after Richards called out her ex-husband for his commend on their daughter joining OnlyFans.

"Lots of negative comments on my social this past week," Richards wrote. "I have to say, I wish I had the confidence my 18 yr old daughter has."

The mother of three also shared that she "can't be judgmental of her choices" because even she did some "wild things" and appeared in Playboy magazine.

"And to be able to ignore the negativity at her age? It took me many years & I still sometimes struggle. I'm in awe of her ability to be able to shut out the noise. Because it can destroy you," Richards added.

She also supported the adult content subscription service.

"Is it so bad to control it & monetize it too? I'm sorry, but s— if I can get paid and at my age? To see me in a bikini?!? God bless you. Perhaps I should open my own account," she added.

The issue started after Sami announced the launch of her adult business venture last week.

"Click the link in my bio if u wanna see more," she wrote on Instagram at the time.

Richards and Sheen got married in 2002 and divorced in 2006. The former couple shares two kids. Richards is now married to actor Aaron Phypers. Sheen married actress Brooke Mueller in 2008 but they got separated in 2011.

Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen sued National Enquirer, its editor-in-chief Dylan Howard and Dominic Brascia for defamation. Pictured: Sheen speaks during "An Evening with Charlie Sheen" at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London on June 19, 2016. Reuters/Dylan Martinez