Charlie Sheen will reportedly see his sons for Christmas.
The actor is involved in a contentious custody battle with ex Brooke Mueller over their four-year-old twins Bob and Max.
Despite slamming the court in a series of tweets and interviews, Charlie has reportedly received permission to celebrate the holidays with the boys.
Sources tell TMZ Brooke’s brother Scott, who is Bob and Max’s temporary guardian, has “no interest” in “punishing” the youngsters by keeping them away from their dad.
“We’re told Charlie’s stoked that he can spend Christmas with the boys,” the outlet reports.
Charlie will not, however, get to see daughters Lola and Sam for the holiday, according to the website.
The girls are reportedly going on a trip with mom Denise Richards and the actor allegedly claims he’s “not allowed to tag along”.
News of the visitation comes just days after it was reported Bob and Max could be in danger of being placed into foster care.
The children were taken from Brooke earlier this year after she allegedly overdosed and was placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold.
Although she has completed a stint in rehab, Radar Online claims new “mystery evidence” has emerged concerning her drug treatment program that the Department of Children and Family Services now needs to review.
The judge presiding over the case reportedly ordered an administrative hearing for mid-January.
Denise, who has cared for the boys previously, has reportedly told authorities she’s willing to care for the twins again if foster care is the only alternative.
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