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Charlie Sheen, Ex-Wife Reach New Custody Agreement

ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Charlie Sheen has reached a new custody agreement with his ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, according to

Under the agreement, they will have joint legal and physical custody of their two-year-old twin boys, Bob and Max.  However, Mueller reportedly will spend more time with the boys than Sheen.  The former Two and a Half Men star and his ex have yet to sign the deal.

Both sides previously banged out a custody agreement in March, around the time Sheen was fired from his CBS sitcom in the wake of his increasingly erratic behavior.  The terms of that agreement were kept confidential.

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Charlie Sheen and Ex Reach Child Custody Deal

ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Charlie Sheen and ex-wife Brooke Mueller have reached a custody agreement over their twin boys Bob and Max. reports Sheen gets the twins every other weekend for an increasing amount of time, as long as he and Mueller remain drug and alcohol free.  Sheen's custody gets upped to a maximum four days a week if he stays clean.

Other details the gossip site uncovered include the fact that both parents need to comply with random drug testing three times a month, must have their regular nannies with them during visitation -- no random "goddesses" -- and Mueller and Sheen can't be photographed with "a romantic counterpart" when they're with the kids.

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Police Visit Charlie Sheen's Home; Custody Agreement Reached

ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- The Charlie Sheen saga took a brief dramatic turn Thursday night when Los Angeles police paid a visit to Sheen's Beverly Hills home, investigating a possible violation of a temporary restraining order.

Sheen's estranged wife, Brooke Mueller, obtained a restraining order against him earlier this month, claiming that he'd threatened her during a recent trip to the Bahamas.  They're due in court for a hearing on the matter March 22.

As for Thursday night, a police spokesperson said, "It came to the attention of the detectives that Mr. Sheen may have weapons in the home, and they are visiting him to make sure that he is abiding by the terms of his TRO," meaning temporary restraining order.  Under the order's terms, Sheen isn't allowed to possess weapons.

KABC-TV quotes Sheen attorney Mark Gross as saying police found a couple of bullets and a unspecified 19th century firearm, though he wouldn't say if that firearm constituted a TRO violation.  Gross also wouldn't say if it was Mueller who'd called police.

Sheen didn't seem too stressed by the police visit, tweeting, "All good here on homefront.  All reports are false.  I'll explain more very soon."  He later tweeted, "The LAPD were AWESOME.  Absolute pros!  they can protect and serve this Warlock anytime!!!" Around 3 a.m. P.T., Sheen followed that message by tweeting: "101 and on the black. 50 cops in my home. they all left. I'm still here. WINNING? 24/7"

Earlier in the day, Sheen and Mueller's attorneys announced that the ex-couple reached a custody agreement regarding their twin boys, according to People magazine.  A joint statement declared that the former couple had "reached an agreement that resolves their differences."  Terms of the agreement are being kept confidential.

The courts earlier this month removed Bob and Max from Sheen's home at Mueller's request.

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