Sheen says He's Reached Custody Deal With Brooke, 'No Court'
Police removed Sheen's kids from his home by way of court order.
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Charlie Sheen speaks out after kids taken from home (KTLA-TV / March 2, 2011)
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Charlie Sheen says he has reached a custody deal with ex-wife Brooke Mueller.
From his new Twitter page, "not sure what all the legal noise is about ... just verbally reached a deal with B. no court mon. yay."
He adds, "Yet the opposition felt it necessary to still harass me with old gibberish .... odd? perhaps. transparent? you betcha'!"
The reported 'deal' comes 2 days after Mueller she obtained an emergency restraining order to keep the actor away from her and their young sons, saying she was scared of him.
Sheen passed another drug test on Tuesday night, administered by RadarOnline.com at his home in Sherman Oaks.
Radar says the test showed Sheen did not have marijuana, cocaine, opiates or methamphetamine in his system.
It was the fourth drug test Sheen has passed in four days and now, he's reportedly asking 33-year-old Mueller to do the same.
"I'll match her test for test -- I have nothing to hide," Sheen told Radar Online.
Mueller checked herself into The Canyon facility in Malibu on Feb. 9, the day after Sheen was charged with felony menacing and misdemeanor assault for allegedly attacking her during a vacation in Aspen on Christmas Day.
At the time, TMZ.com reported Mueller was battling addiction to crack and alcohol.
Mueller checked out of The Canyon about two weeks later, reportedly after the facility leaked her admissions document.
Sheen's challenge to Mueller was prompted by her move on Tuesday to remove their 23-month-old twin boys, Max and Bob, from his custody.
Mueller filed for a restraining order, in which she claims for the first time that Sheen was physically violent toward her before their infamous Christmas Day incident in 2009.
"In October 2009, [Sheen] knocked me to the floor, causing me to hit my head on the corner of a couch. I was knocked unconscious and required medical attention, including a CAT scan," Mueller stated in the document.
The restraining order contains shocking allegations about Sheen's behavior, including claims by Mueller that the actor made references to having people killed and once referred to his own manager Mark Burg as a "stoopid Jew pig."
In court documents, Mueller also described one of Sheen's "increasingly erratic statements" saying Sheen recently requested $20,000 in cash back from child support payments in exchange for a new home he was going to buy her, so that he could "have untraceable cash to 'knock off a few people' because 'the people I hate violently are going to get severely punished.' "
Sheen has called the allegations "lies."
Authorities removed the couple's sons from Sheen's home on Tuesday evening. Judge Hank M. Goldberg stripped Sheen of his custody and issued a restraining order that prohibits Sheen from having any contact with Mueller or coming within 100 yards from her or the kids.
The judge made no decision regarding custody of the kids.
After he surrendered the boys, Sheen tweeted: "My sons' are fine... My path is now clear... Defeat is not an option..! "
Sheen spoke to KTLA outside his home around 5 a.m. Tuesday, saying this "came out of the bleachers." He insists he was supposed to have his kids for visitation through Thursday.
Mueller alleged in the court filing that Sheen took the boys from her home on Feb. 26 without permission and has kept them since.
"I was told that a restraining order was being delivered and I thought, 'OK, I can deal with that,' and then it was revealed that it was something much more serious," Sheen said.
When asked if he had a message for Mueller, Sheen's attorney, Mark Gross stepped in.
"This is a restraining order," Gross said, "Charlie's very hesitant to say anything to Brooke that could be misconstrued."
Gross continued, "The bottom line is, he would like to make this go away amicably. It's unfortunate that they've taken this tact. We aren't gonna necessarily fight fire with fire, but if we can't work out something amicably, then that's the route we'll go."
Sheen offered this message to his twin boys: "Bob, Max, it's your Dada. I've never lied to you, and this is another example of that. I will see you soon, you're in my heart and I love you."
Sheen said he has the entire surrender recorded on video, and that he plans to release the footage later.
"We just wanted to record it to make sure there were no rumors or any discussion other than the truth, which is what I always claim to live inside of."
Sheen also answered questions about "Two and a Half Men." CBS pulled the plug on the current season of the show last Thursday, and Sheen has engaged in a very public war of words with producer Chuck Lorre.
"Everything is exactly as I've stated it to be," Sheen insisted. "I'm clean, focused, ready to go back to work." Sheen maintained that he would like to see the show "back on CBS, back in prime time, as the perfect anchor that we are."
When asked about comments made by CBS head honcho Les Moonves, which suggested that Sheen should have used this much promotion to win an Emmy, Sheen replied, "I thought Les's joke was pretty good... He's a class act, but I still need some questions answered, and him and Chuck Lorre are the only ones that can do that."
The actor then interrupted the questions to issue an apology to John Stamos, who CBS was reportedly considering as a possible replacement for Sheen on "Two and a Half Men." Sheen had called the idea a "tragic joke."
"I was out of line," he said on Tuesday. "You're a beautiful man and a talented man, and if you get the gig, we should talk!"
Sheen also talked about joining twitter on Monday. He received a huge response, garnering nearly 750,000 followers in one day.
"We actually shut down the server -- that was pretty exciting," Sheen said. "I had 100,000 in the first hour. I think the record before that was 100,000 in the first day."
"I wanted to get everybody's attention and throw the eyes of the world on this, and clearly my plan is working."