There's no slowing down for Charlie Sheen: Hours after cops searched his home for weapons, he and his estranged-wife reached a deal for custody of their twin boys and he announced he will play a pair of live shows next month.
The shows, April 2 in Detroit and one night later in Chicago, are being billed as "Charlie Sheen LIVE: My Violent Torpedo of Truth." The announcement was made on Ticketmaster, where ticket prices ranged from $35 to $80. It was unclear exactly what the show might consist of.
"Will there be surprises?" Sheen wrote on his own Ticketmaster page. "Will there be guests? Will there be mayhem? Will you ask questions? Will you laugh? Will you scream? Will you know the truth?
WILL THERE BE MORE?!?!
"This IS where you will hear the REAL story from the Warlock. Bring it. I dare you to keep up with me."
The bizarre anouncement came hours after Sheen and Brooke Mueller announced a custody deal for sons Max and Bob. That agreement came on the heels of a search by LAPD of his home for weapons, which could have violated a temporary restraining order filed by Mueller.
According to a report from Today, Sheen and Mueller's agreement settles their custody battle and ends her pursuit of a lenghty restraining order.
No details were released, but attorneys for both sides issued a statement claiming the embattled couple had ""reached an agreement that resolves their differences."
The former "Two and Half Men" star tweeted "#fastball: all good here on homefront. all reports false. I'll explain more very soon. #Dogspeed c," as police arrived on scene.
He later wrote, "#fastballl the LAPD were AWESOME. Absolute pros! they can protect and serve this Warlock anytime!!! c."
Officer Norma Eisenman of the LAPD confirmed to KNBC in Los Angeles that police did visit Sheen's home, but did not classify it as a "raid." She did say, however, that officers were investigating the possible violation of a temporary restraining order that was filed against Sheen by Mueller last week. The court order prohibits Sheen from possessing weapons and it had come to the attention of the police that there were registered firearms in Sheen's name, Eisenman said.