The Warlock has one battle off his plate.
Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller won't face off in family court today as planned. The two were due to hash out their custody agreement over their twin sons, 2-year-old Bob and Max.
Sheen hasn't seen the boys since March 1, when Mueller had a restraining order put in place that required him to stay at least 100 feet away from her and their sons. The order expires today, and she won't be asking a judge for an extension.
"An attorney in the case asked that it be taken off the calendar," L.A. Superior Court spokeswoman Elizabeth Martinez told People magazine of the March 22 court date.
Mueller got a restraining order against Sheen after she claimed he threatened to cut her head off, put it in a box and send it to her mother. On March 1, police transported Sheen's sons from his Beverly Hills mansion to Mueller.
Less than two weeks later, the couple announced they reached a confidential custody settlement.
Lately, Sheen's focus has been on work -- his upcoming "Violent Torpedo of Truth" live tour and where he'll relaunch his TV career. Some reports claim that the "Two and a Half Men" star might reconcile with his ex-employers, CBS and Warner Bros.; the star's actions suggest he's leaning towards a new relationship with Fox.
Sunday, Sheen tweeted a curious message alluding to his allegiance with Fox: "#Foxball; Perhaps a new lair.....? A Fox and a Warlock? epic." He made a surprise appearance on Monday night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," and gifted the host a mug depicting a picture of a Fox. When Kimmel asked, "Why a fox?" Sheen responded, "I'll let you figure it out, man."
Still, family drama swirls around him. Sheen's father, Martin, and older brother, Emilio Estevez, spoke out about him in an interview with the U.K.'s Telegraph.
Martin Sheen shared his view that Charlie Sheen, despite being 45-years-old, is still "emotionally" a child. "Because when you're addicted, you don't grow emotionally," he said. "So when you get clean and sober you're starting at the moment you started using drugs or alcohol. You're emotionally crippled."
Martin Sheen's answer to his son's problems? Prayer.
"Faith can help all of us," he said. "Addiction is the dark side. It's a reflection of despair. And it's fed by all the other negativity."