HOLLYWOOD (WIFR) -- Charlie Sheen spent much of Tuesday in a Hollywood court room. First for a his $100 Millon Dollar lawsuit against "Two and a Half Men" and then for a custody battle with his ex-wife Brooke Mueller.
A judge will not immediately rule on Charlie Sheen's lawsuit over his firing from "Two and a Half Men" should be handled in a public court rather than in private arbitration.
The actor sued the studio and series executive producer Chuck Lorre on March 10, days after he was fired from television's top-rated comedy. Warner Bros. cited a series of bizarre actions by the actor and his criticism of Lorre to end its contract with Sheen and scuttle the rest of the show's current season.
Sheen has lost a bid to get sole custody of his twin sons. The former "two and a half men" star took his ex wife, brooke mueller to court, to argue over who was best suited to care for their two year old boys. The judge ruled the joint custody agreement between the two should stay in place.