Charlie Sheen and his ex, Brooke Mueller, may have reached a custody agreement regarding their twin boys, Max and Bob, but you won't be getting the nitty gritty details anytime soon, according to attorneys for the stars.
"For the benefit of the children, the terms of their agreement will not be disclosed. They ask the public for privacy on this matter."
Considering the turmoil the family has no doubt been subjected to in the past few weeks since Charlie Sheen has more or less lost his mind, it's no wonder why they'd ask for privacy. And, with all that is currently being publicized about their lives, including the contents of Charlie Sheen's house during the recent police raid, it seems only fair to give them privacy regarding their children. After all, it's hardly the twins' fault that they've found themselves subjected to this situation. They're merely victims of circumstance.
We can only hope that Max and Bob have been placed out of the reach of Charlie Sheen, at least for the time being. Sure, he's likely to be a great father when he recovers, but at present, with his current unpredictable mental state and bizarre behaviors, it seems best that they're looked after by a more stable caregiver.
What do you think? Do you think that Sheen should be able to be with the boys?