Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller have finally reached a custody agreement for their adorable twins Bob and Max. What are the terms that the parents must abide by and is it a fair agreement for everyone involved?
The custody agreement starts out with a little time for Sheen and his boys to spend together. Should he stay clean and sober, the time he's allowed with them will increase.
Some of the key elements that both Mueller and Sheen must agree to are that both parents must submit drug tests randomly three times each month. In addition, a nanny has to be available at all times for either parent to have custody of the children. There's no word if Sheen's goddess nanny meets this requirement or not. Both of these requirements seem pretty fair given both of their histories with drug abuse. After all, the agreement really needs to benefit the children more than either of them and their safety should be the top priority.
There are also some odd requirements to the agreement such as neither Brooke or Charlie can be photographed with the children nor can they have any significant others photographed with the boys.
Charlie will start off seeing the boys every other weekend for two months. Should that go well, then he can start seeing them every weekend for a period of two months. Should all go well, there could be more time added to his visitation schedule.
Overall the agreement seems to be fair to all. Most of all, those little boys can once again see daddy, which should make them quite happy.
What do you think of the terms of the custody agreement? Are they overly harsh or fair?