Charlie Sheen, Brooke Mueller Reach Custody Agreement
Attorneys for the former couple said it “resolves their differences” in a custody dispute over their twin sons.
NEW YORK - Laywers for Charlie Sheen and estranged wife Brooke Mueller said they have struck an agreement that settles a custody dispute over their twin sons and will end her pursuit of a restraining order, the Associated Press reported.
The news came as the Los Angeles Police Department conducted a search Thursday night at Sheen’s home to check if he was in possession of weapons, which would violate a restraining order taken out last week by Mueller.
In a statement, attorneys for Sheen and Mueller said the former couple had "reached an agreement that resolves their differences." Details of the arrangement were kept confidential.
Mueller obtained a temporary restraining order, claiming Sheen threatened her on a recent trip to the Bahamas. A hearing on the issue was previously scheduled for March 22.