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Charlie Sheen: His mansion was raided by Los Angeles police

Charlie Sheen’s Los Angeles mansion was raided by Los Angeles police last night. Officers entered …

Charlie Sheen (Photo: Albert L. Ortega / PR Photos)

Charlie Sheen (Photo: Albert L. Ortega / PR Photos)

Charlie Sheen’s Los Angeles mansion was raided by Los Angeles police last night (10.03.11). Officers entered the former ‘Two and a Half Men’ star’s home at 7.30pm yesterday to investigate whether the actor – a registered gun owner – was in possession of any firearms which would put him in violation of a temporary restraining obtained by his estranged wife Brooke Mueller.

LAPD spokeswoman Norma Eisenman said: “We were there to investigate the possible violation of a restraining order. It came to our attention that Mr. Charlie Sheen is a registered owner of firearms so we were making sure there were no firearms or ammunition in the home.

“We are not releasing any findings. Mr. Sheen was very cooperative and the investigation is complete. We are done with it.”

Brooke – who has 23-month-old twins Bob and Max with Charlie – was recently granted a restraining order against him after he allegedly threatened to decapitate her and send her head in a box to her mother.

Despite the three-hour raid, Charlie, 45, appeared unconcerned and took to his twitter to reassure fans and praise the officers.

In a post which has now been deleted, he said: “All good here on homefront. All reports are false. I’ll explain more very soon.”

After police left, Charlie – who reportedly ate dinner in his backyard while the search took place – added: “The LAPD were AWESOME. Absolute pros! They can protect and serve this Warlock anytime!!! (sic)”

Meanwhile, it has been revealed Charlie and Brooke have come to a custody agreement over their sons.

A joint statement released by their lawyers said: “Brooke and Charlie have reached an agreement that resolves their differences. For the benefit of the children, the terms of their agreement will not be disclosed. They ask the public for privacy on this matter.”

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