UPDATE: Better safe than sorry! The court has issued an order at the request of Brooke Mueller to garnish Charlie's wages from Warner Bros. in the amount of $55,000 per month, the same amount of child support he was ordered to pay Brooke. Sheen has not yet fallen behind in his payments, but the move was a preventative one by Mueller, done in the event that Sheen may one day fall short of his payments.
After months of private court hearings and public yammering, a source tells E! News that Charlie Sheen and ex-wife Brooke Mueller have reached a custody agreement concerning their twin boys, Max and Bob.
There were no details available on the agreement, but the source tells E! News, "It's been settled."
Sheen's attorney Mark Gross and Mueller's attorney Lori Howe met with L.A. Superior Court Judge Hank Goldberg today, after which, an upcoming custody hearing set for June 9 was taken off the calendar.
"There are no upcoming court hearings in this case," says the source.
Sheen's rep declined to comment on the custody settlement. Attorneys for Mueller and Sheen have not responded to a request for comment.
Mueller's mom helped her daughter with caretaking duties while Mueller continued to undergo out-patient treatment for substance abuse issues. Charlie's ex is one of the stars of Paris Hilton's new show, The World According to Paris, but she understandably skipped the premiere party last month.
"She didn't want to have to answer all those questions last night and she is staying out of the club scene," a Mueller pal told E! News.
Sheen pays both Richards and Mueller $55,000 a month in child support.
(Originally published on June 1, 2011 at 5:15 p.m. PT)