Charlie Sheen reaches custody agreement with estranged wife
Charlie Sheen and his estranged wife, Brooke Mueller have reportedly reached a custody agreement over their twin sons on the morning of their 2nd birthday.
Attorneys for the couple issued a statement on Thursday night saying that the pair had "reached an agreement that resolves their differences" over the custody battle for their twin sons Bob and Max, who turned 2 on Friday. The statement also stated that details of the agreement would be kept confidential, reports the Associated Press.
The agreement will end Mueller's pursuit of a long-term restraining order. Mueller obtained a temporary restraining order, citing that the actor had threatened her on a recent trip to the Bahamas.
Part of the temporary restraining order stated that Sheen was prohibited from possessing firearms and police searched the actor's home on Thursday evening, as previously reported.
In the early morning around 3 a.m. PT on Friday, Sheen Tweeted, "#fastball; 101 and on the black. 50 cops in my home. they all left. I'm still here. WINNING? 24/7."
Mueller has reportedly demanded that Sheen "get a full mental health examination before he is allowed to have his next visit with the boys," according to entertainment site Radar Online.
Meanwhile, Sheen has announced a live tour entitled, "Charlie Sheen LIVE: My Violent Torpedo of Truth," which has two scheduled performances so far on Saturday March 12, in Detroit and Chicago, a mere two hours away from each other. Sheen announced the tour on his Twitter account and is selling tickets through Ticketmaster.
Mueller had filed a temporary restraining order against him earlier this month and removed their sons from his care, citing domestic violence and calling him "insane."The two married in 2008. The actor filed for divorce from Mueller in November and agreed to pay $55,000 a month in child support.
In August 2010, Sheen pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge regarding a confrontation with Mueller that had occurred in December 2009. He was sentenced to 30 days in a rehabilitation center, 30 days of probation and 36 hours of anger management.
The 45-year-old actor was axed from the series on Monday, March 7, after he unleashed a slew of erratic on-air ramblings, bashing executives and coining phrases such as "Duh, winning!" and "tiger blood." He had threatened to take legal action.
Sheen is seeking compensation for himself and the crew for the remaining eight episodes of the current eighth season.
Production on "Two and a Half Men" was suspended in January after Sheen underwent rehab for drug and alcohol addiction and halted in February after he insulted Lorre during a radio interview.
Sheen had said in interviews last week that he is currently sober. Warner Bros. Television said in its firing letter that the actor had "been engaged in dangerously self-destructive conduct and appears to be very ill."
Sheen began playing party-loving Charlie Harper on "Two and a Half Men" when the series premiered in 2003. Jon Cryer was cast as his character's straight-edge brother.