Sheen, who previously ranted about his children custody on Twitter, may face sanction because everyone who is involved in guardianship case is bound by a gag order.
Charlie Sheen has addressed jail threat following his Twitter rant against his ex-wife Brooke Mueller and Department of Children & Family Services, saying that if he is jailed, a judge who puts him in prison is a "Dishonorable Judge Douchebag." Speaking to TMZ, the actor says that he only wanted to keep his children from Mueller whom he claimed an "awful" parent.
Mueller, who is in custody battle against Sheen, previously asked a judge to sanction the actor because people who are involved in guardianship proceedings are not allowed to talk about the topic. Reacting to the news, Sheen says, "If this is what they want, bring it 'cause I'll burn the house down."
"Really, they're going to jail me for telling the truth," he continues. "If I actually go to jail for talking, I'll do interviews in jail. The only person more idiotic than Brooke in this case is the judge. The Dishonorable Judge Douchebag." Sheen also says, "He [the judge] wants to put me in jail for trying to save my boys? Go for it, fatty. I'll eat his lunch from jail."
Prior to making the statement, Sheen went ballistic at Department of Children & Family Services for gradually letting his twin boys Bob and Max to spend more time with their mother. In an online rant on Friday, November 1, Sheen called the officers "inept and retarded doosh bags" and the process "an abhorrent d**k dance that has NOTHING to do protecting any child."
In another interview with the online outlet, the actor claimed that Mueller was "as awful a parent and a person as you can possibly draw up." He added that the young boys were afraid of staying at Mueller's house because it had many pet lizards, various insects and other critters.