After months of trading insults, barbs, and “torpedoes of truth,” actor Charlie Sheen and ex Brooke Mueller have come to an agreement in the custody dispute over 2-year-old twins, Bob and Max.
TMZ reports that the estranged couple has decided to share joint legal and physical custody of the boys, and that their attorneys submitted the details of the deal to a judge yesterday (June 1) in Los Angeles.
In the revised agreement, though Charlie and Brooke will share custody, the children will still spend more time with their mother than their father.
Sheen had recently filed for sole custody of the twins amid reports that Brooke re-entered rehab after failing to submit a court ordered urine sample, and was spotted trying to pawn personal items to purchase drugs.
The judge denied Charlie’s bid on the grounds that he had not spent much time with his sons, and allowed the boys to remain under the care of Mueller’s mother.
Now that Brooke is out of rehab and has been reunited with the twins, the next step is for both parties to sign the documents once they’re removed from the court. According to the law, documents not filed within the courthouse can be kept confidential. Submitting them in this manner also allows the high-profile parents to skip their upcoming court date.