The actor, who has been clean for six years, is concerned about his teenage twin boys since his former partner Brooke Mueller is said to be a drug addict.
In an effort to keep his boys safe, Charlie Sheen is taking some measures
The 58-year-old star of Two and a Half Men put out additional requirements regarding child custody regarding the sobriety of his ex-wife Brooke Mueller in an ex parte motion filed on Thursday. These requirements were previously agreed to in legal documents filed in November 2022 and August 2023.
Without receiving a legal answer from Mueller, Sheen requested in documents that the court sign and enter the two documents, which set down previously agreed-upon norms by both parties, documents acquired by PEOPLE.
Max and Bob, the couple’s twin boys, are 14 years old. They were divorced in 2011. According to documents, the two originally approved this clause in 2022 and agreed that, in the event that Mueller relapsed, Sheen would have exclusive custody of the sons. Mueller is said to have relapsed in the summer of 2023, which led to the second filing.
According to the documents, Mueller would “immediately restore sole custody and sole physical custody to [Sheen]” in the case of a breakdown.
According to the agreement, Mueller won’t continue joint legal custody” unless he tests positive for drugs or alcohol or experiences another relapse.
“Until further court order or written agreement of the Parties,” which may occur with as little as 48 hours’ notice, Sheen would then have exclusive custody.
Although the application states that “the minor children’s primary residence will be with [Sheen],” the two also share physical custody of the boys.