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Charlie Sheen: Custody agreement reached over twins, lawyers say

March 10, 2011 | 11:37 pm

Actor Charlie Sheen and his estranged wife, Brooke Mueller, have reached an agreement to settle a custody dispute over their twin sons, their lawyers said in a statement issued Thursday night.

Details of the agreement were not immediately disclosed, although the attorneys said in a joint statement that it “resolves their differences.”

Mueller obtained a temporary restraining order last week blocking Sheen’s custody rights to sons Max and Bob, 2. She had alleged that Sheen had made death threats against her.

People magazine reported on its website that it was likely Mueller would eventually ask the court to amend or withdraw the restraining order.

Even as the agreement was disclosed, Los Angeles police were searching Sheen’s home in the Sherman Oaks hills for firearms registered to him. Under the terms of the restraining order, the actor cannot have guns in his home.

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-- Bob Pool

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