Charlie Sheen's Ex Won't Seek Extension of Restraining Order
Brooke Mueller had obtained the order earlier this month, claiming he had threatened her and temporarily removing his custody rights over their 2-year-old twin boys.
Charlie Sheen's ex-wife Brooke Mueller has no plans to seek a court extension of the restraining order she took out against the fired Two and a Half Men actor earlier this month, People.com reported.
Mueller had taken out the restraining order March 1, claiming Sheen threatened her on a recent trip to the Bahamas. The order had temporarily removed Sheen's custody rights over their 2-year-old twin boys, Bob and Max.
Less than two weeks later, Sheen and Mueller announced they had struck an agreement settling the custody dispute.
A hearing on the issue was previously scheduled for March 22, when the order expires.
"An attorney in the case asked that it be taken off the calendar," an L.A. Superior Court spokeswoman told People of Tuesday's court date.
On March 10, the Los Angeles Police Department searched Sheen's house for the presence of weapons, which would have been a violation of the restraining order. They confiscated an antique gun from the 1800s along with "a few bullets," according to his divorce attorney, Mark Gross.