Is there a détente between Mr. Adonis and his ex?
A day after Charlie Sheen celebrated his firing from Two and a Half Men by waving a machete atop a roof in downtown L.A., an expected court hearing in his child-custody spat with Brooke Mueller was indefinteily postponed, according to the 45-year-old actor's attorney.
"No court today," Sheen's legal eagle Mark Gross tells E! News.
What magical warlock spell was at work? Here's what Sheen has to say.
At home prepping for his latest online rant tonight—in which he plans to deliver his "manifesto"— Sheen exclusively tells E! News that "cooler heads have prevailed" in his tyke tug-of-war with Mueller and that the duo seem to have sorted out their problems for now.
The same goes for his two daughthers with Denise Richards—Sam, who turns 7 tomorrow, and Lola, 5.
"Denise is lovely," he tells us.
Gross declined to elaborate on any sort of deal Sheen and Mueller may have hammered out ("I'm hoping I will have more to say later," he tells us), but one of the sticking points had been Brooke's insistence that a third-party monitor keep an eye on the kids while they're with Charlie.
Last week, Mueller obtained a restraining order against him and got a judge to order the couple's 2-year-old sons, Bob and Max, handed over to the care of her mother, Moira Fiore.
The twins had been staying with Sheen at his "goddess"-infested Mulholland estate, aka Sober Valley Lodge.
A hearing in that case is set for March 22—provided the trolls don't intervene.