Charlie Sheen was reportedly banned from seeing his twin boys Saturday.
The Anger Management star’s ex-wife Denise Richards has temporary guardianship over four-year-old Bob and Max, who Charlie shares with former spouse Brooke Mueller.
According to TMZ, a representative from the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) contacted the actress to inform her she was not permitted to take the boys to Charlie’s home Saturday.
It remains unclear if the alleged edict is temporary or if the actor has lost visitation rights.
The news follows a day after Charlie mocked the department in an interview with the website and later on Twitter, revealing he dressed as a DCFS agent for Halloween.
“That’s about as sane as these inept and retarded doosh bags seem when dealing with my sons bob and max. it’s an abhorrent d**k dance that has NOTHING to do protecting any child,” he wrote (sic).
Charlie also took aim at his sons’ mother, Brooke, who lost custody of the boys when she suffered an alleged drug overdose earlier this year and was put on a psychiatric hold. Brooke subsequently entered rehab and has since been released. She is reportedly seeking to regain guardianship.
Charlie continued: “Instead they are swayed by the evil and pathetic über loser w****e that calls herself Brooke. there will be a reckoning. there will be a whirlwind, that they will all reap while desperate begging for my forgiveness. you’ve all been warned,” he fumed (sic)
According to TMZ, Charlie could face jail time after slamming Brooke in a previous interview, in which he labelled her an “awful parent”.
He also lashed out at the judge assigned to the custody case after Brooke was granted her first overnight visit with Bob and Max.
The outlet reported Friday Brooke’s lawyers plan to ask a judge to sanction the actor for violating a gag order in the custody case.
Brooke’s attorney has not yet commented publicly since Charlie’s latest comments.
Charlie also has two daughters with Denise.
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