Charlie Sheen & Custody
April 20, 2011 by Post Team
Charlie Sheen & Custody, A hearing in the custody battle for Charlie Sheen to his ex-wife Brooke Mueller are held in private on Tuesday, despite a request from the actor’s lawyer that journalists can witness the procedure.
While the judge sealed the results, Mueller was a wide smile as he left the courthouse, as opposed to stone-faced Sheen. County of Los Angeles, California, Superior Court Judge Hank Goldberg Mueller agreed to the request for privacy, according to her lawyer that the advertising would not be good for both children 2 years of age of the couple.
About an hour after he entered the courtroom, the actor left, strolling down the aisle with a woman in one arm and lawyers and guards around it. Looked ahead as he moved to a nonpublic elevator of an exit from the basement garage.
Mueller, surrounded by cameras and reporters upon leaving the courtroom, smiled, but said little. Asked how he was, he said: “Excellent, now let’s go home.” Then pushed through the media scrum to her limousine.
Sheen diverted Tuesday of the East Coast leg of his “violent Torpedo Truth” tour stage to ask Goldberg awarded custody of children after Mueller was not submitted to a drug test required under their custody agreement.
“I was about to make a phone call and see how it was today,” said Sheen. “I just landed, has a police escort from the airport. We ran more red lights that Brooke Mueller is going to a pawnshop.”
In the view of California, Sheen’s attorney, Mark Gross, had argued that Mueller was “a dollar short and a day later” to ask that the case is closed and he did not ask the same thing last month when he accused Sheen of threatening to kill her.
“Now that she has not auditioned, she wants it sealed,” said Gross.
However, Goldberg was indifferent. “I do not think it would be in the best interest of children to be exposed to such material,” he said.
While the couple reached a custody agreement before filing for divorce last year, have recently argued over visitation arrangements.
The conflict boiled over in early March, when Mueller asked for a restraining order, vowing in a statement that Sheen had threatened to kill her.
“I’ll cut your head, put it in a box and send it to your mother,” said Mueller Sheen said.
The claims were made in a court document that led to a court order that removed the children from Sheen in his home.
In an interview the next day with the NBC “Today Show”, Sheen denied that he had threatened Mueller. The appointment was made against him, he said, calling the allegation “colors.”
Sheen launched his national stage tour last month after Warner Bros. shot.
Sheen’s lawyers were also at another hearing last week. A judge will decide if the actor’s legal battle with the studio over his dismissal will be heard in open court or in arbitration.
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