Brooke Mueller has agreed to let her restraining order against the former 'Two and a Half Men' actor expire on Tuesday, March 22, without asking for an extension.
Charlie Sheen's estranged wife Brooke Mueller has agreed to let her restraining order against the actor expire on Tuesday, March 22, without requesting an extension. Mueller filed for the order after claiming troubled Sheen had threatened her life and then picked up physical custody of the couple's twin sons, even though she is currently undergoing drug counseling.
But lawyers for the realtor have notified officials they won't be seeking an extension to the order when it runs out, and Mueller plans to decline the option to seek a permanent restraining order against the actor. "An attorney in the case asked that it be taken off the calendar," Los Angeles Superior Court spokeswoman Elizabeth Martinez said of the impending court date.
TMZ reports the former couple has settled its differences over custody of the children.