Charlie Sheen hands twin boys over to cops

Mar 2, 2011 at 12:51 p.m. ET

Charlie Sheen handed over his twin sons to police in L.A. late Tuesday night due to a complaint from mother Brooke Mueller, but according to his Twitter account he's not accepting defeat.

On Tuesday's edition of ABC's 20/20, Charlie Sheen and his "goddesses" looked like a happy dysfunctional family as they cared for his twin sons, Bob and Max, at Sheen's mansion known as Sober Valley Lodge. Today is a different story. Charlie Sheen's soon-to-be two-year-old twins with Brooke Mueller have been removed from his home.

Charlie Sheen tweets his first photo

The 45-year-old actor "surrendered" Bob and Max to police in L.A. late Tuesday evening after cops showed up at his door. This latest Charlie Sheen news is coming after a judge granted Brooke Mueller a restraining order and temporarily "stripped" Sheen of custody of the boys.

The restraining order was handed down for good reason. Reports coming from legal documents say Mueller is claiming Sheen told her: "I will cut your head off, put it in a box and send it to your mom."

Currently, Charlie Sheen must stay 100 yards away from Brooke Mueller.

As many of you may know, Charlie Sheen recently opened his own Twitter account and used it to fire back about this latest road block with Bob and Max. "My sons' are fine... My path is now clear... Defeat is not an option..!"

What do you think of Charlie Sheen's sons being taken away? Do you think Bob and Max will end up back with Charlie Sheen? Check out SheKnows' recap of Sheen's early morning interview with NBC's Jeff Rossen where the actor discusses the late evening surrender, where his twin boys are and what comes next.