(NEW YORK) — Time heals all wounds…maybe even Charlie Sheen’s wounds. Surprisingly, the actor has reached out to Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre, with whom he famously feuded a couple of years ago.
On Sunday, Sheen tweeted, “hey Chuck. I have an idea that u need to hear after I make amends to you and yours. which I will do in person. xox.” The message was accompanied by a photo of a 2007 People’s Choice Award recognizing Two and a Half Men as the winner of the Favorite TV Comedy category.
In 2011, Sheen was fired from the CBS sitcom following a series of heated rants against Lorre and others involved with the show. He now stars on the FX comedy Anger Management.
While Sheen appears to be playing nice with Lorre, the same can’t be said for his relationship with ex-wife Brooke Mueller, with whom he’s currently engaged in a custody battle. In an extended message posted on Twitter over the weekend, he claims the ex-couple’s four-year-old twin sons, Bob and Max, are in “harms [sic] way and in grave danger,” and he refers to Mueller as an “adderol snorting husk.” Mueller sought treatment earlier this year for prescription drug abuse.
Furthermore, Sheen describes the judge in the case as, “‘I’m Italian’ judge anus-brain.”
These comments have sparked speculation that the actor could be placed in jail for violating a recently-issued gag order in the case.
Mueller’s brother, Scott Mueller, currently has temporary guardianship of the children, and they are set to move into Brooke’s home, according to TMZ.
Sheen and Mueller, his third wife, divorced in 2011.
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Ben Westcott, CNN
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