Charlie Sheen probably isn't too happy about this.
The feud between the actor and Brooke Mueller, the mother of his 4-year-old twin boys,Bob and Max, has been increasingly heating up— Sheen recently threw shade at his ex on Twitter and questioned whether she's fit to be a mom—however, a judge reportedly granted temporary guardianship to her brother, Scott Mueller, and ruled that the children will live in their mother's house.
The shift in guardianship comes after their former caretaker, Sheen's ex Denise Richards, informed the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services that the boys are misbehaving in ways that she blames Mueller for and that she no longer wants them to stay with her.
Scott Mueller, along with reps for Brooke and Charlie, refused to comment on the matter.
As for the living situation, the judge reportedly felt it was important for the kids to stay in the same school, and since their uncle lives in a beachside community far away, the court felt the next best thing would be for Scott to move into Mueller's home, according to TMZ (who first broke the story).
The move is said to happen by the end of day today, with Scott agreeing to move into his sister's home. It's unclear whether Brooke will permanently reside under the same roof as her sons, since DCFS has not given her full custody rights, however they also felt it was important to gradually reintroduce the kids to Brooke, who has been in and out of rehab.
Additionally, Mueller was reportedly granted a temporary restraining order from Sheen on Wednesday, after initially—and unsuccessfully—petitioning the court to order Sheen to stay at least 100 yards away from her and to allow her to record his communications.
With the TRO, Charlie is to stay at least 200 yards away from Brooke and is prohibited from contacting her.