Charlie Sheen Strikes Custody Agreement, Gets Home Raided by Police

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An event-filled month for Charlie Sheen turned especially noteworthy yesterday, as the actor reached a custody agreement with ex-wife Brooke Mueller.

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    What I find to be funny is that we are so interested in what this man does but there are a million men just like him who arent famous. Why arent we taking pics of them? And I feel what everyone fails to realize is that the Charlie we all have come to know and love or hate is a druggie and alchoholic and always has been. Its part of what makes him who he is wether he becomes sober or not. And two and half men will be back, this is only a detour.


    thats how it goes when you get uppsest whit drugs!!! thw.. he has get fired from two and a half men!!


    I hope that his having "access" to his sons again means supervised access! He is not in any frame of mind to be responsible for 2 2yr olds.


    Obviously Charlie had nothing to hide, and equally as obvious is the fact that there were no drugs in his home. Why aren't the snarky dishonest gossips reporting that? Charlie looks like he's not interested in fight with the LAPD, however, this was looks to have been a frivolous complaint against him and the person who made the complaint should be arrested and charged with the wasting police and tax-payers' time and money. In fact, the criminal who made the complaint should also be forced to pay the government for the cost of the entire search.

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