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Charlie Sheen Loses Custody of Twin Sons

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Charlie Sheen’s troubles continue today as Brooke Mueller, his estranged wife and mother of his 23-month-old twins, Max and Bob, obtained an emergency restraining order against the TV star. Charlie has vowed to fight the decision of police to remove his sons from his home overnight.

Sheen’s alleged drinking, drug addiction and sex obsession would hardly make him Father of the Year, but isn’t there something just a little bit dubious about the timing of this restraining order? Sheen’s troubles have been widely publicized for months, if not years, and yet Mueller chose late yesterday to file a restraining order and fight her ex-husband for custody of the kids, alleging that Sheen abused her during their marriage. That was just hours after her Sheen was seen on TV with two beautiful women he calls his “Goddesses” and with whom he says he shares care of his sons.

Charlie Sheen has appealed to Brooke to discuss custody arrangements and says he does not know where the boys are now. He is banned from coming within 100 yard of either his ex-wife or his sons.

Brooke is allegedly concerned about the boys being raised in an environment where Charlie lives with two girlfriends and where “epic” partying is said to occur.

“I am very concerned that (Sheen) is currently insane. I am in great fear that he will find me and attack me and I am in great fear for the children’s safety while in his care,” Brooke said.

Maybe she only just caught up with celebrity news?

Sheen, forced to temporarily surrender custody of Bob and Max to police, later tweeted, “My sons are fine… My path is now clear… Defeat is not an option..!”

That’s fighting talk, Charlie, but do you know how to fight this one successfully? Sheen and Mueller have a hearing 22 March to decide whether extend or end the restraining order.

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