Charlie Sheen’s house was searched by the Los Angeles Police Department on Thursday as the police sought to see whether he was in possession of weapons, which would place him in violation of a restraining order taken out against him by his ex-wife, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Sheen’s attorney said the police confiscated an antique gun from the 1800s, as well as "a few bullets," the article notes. Those items were taken into custody, said Sheen’s divorce attorney Mark Gross, who described Sheen as not disturbed and "mostly eating dinner" while the police searched his house, the piece says.
It adds that the LAPD said it hadn’t received an incident report, but had searched the house because Sheen has firearms registered in his name.
Gross added that there wasn’t any truth to a rumor that the police are considering placing Sheen on an involuntary psychiatric hold, called a 5150. The reports are "the imagination of other people," Gross said, according to the piece.
Sheen sent out a tweet after the police left, praising them: #fastball; "the LAPD were AWESOME. Absolute pros! they can protect and serve this Warlock anytime!!! c," the story adds.
Separately, the Associated Press reports that "Attorneys for Charlie Sheen and his estranged wife say the former couple have reached an agreement that settles any custody issues and will end her pursuit of a lengthy restraining order."
Sheen and Brooke Mueller have twin boys.