He can't win them all.
Charlie Sheen lost his bid for sole custody of his and estranged wife Brooke Mueller's twins on Tuesday afternoon. The embattled actor, 45, was denied a change in the current custodial agreement by L.A. County Superior Court Judge Hank Goldberg, TMZ reports.
Like Sheen, Mueller, 32, has battled drug addiction. She checked into a sober living facility voluntarily in December; an insider told Us Weekly at the time she was "starting to feel tempted."
After allegedly threatening to kill Mueller and demonstrating erratic behavior, Sheen's sons were removed from his home-- which he called "Sober Valley Lodge"-- in March. But with the recent development of Mueller checking into rehab yet again and dropping her restraining order against Sheen, the odds looked favorable for the Two and a Half Men star.
But Judge Goldberg decided that Mueller's mother, Moira Fiore, should continue to take care of Bob and Max while their mother seeks treatment; Sheen will be granted visitation rights as long as he continues to pass court mandated drug tests.