CSheennewcustody.jpg Judge Hank Goldberg has ruled that the custody agreement between Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller will remain the same, and Sheen's attempt to win sole custody of 2-year-old twins Bob and Max was "shut down," according to TMZ.

Sheen and his ex-wife will keep the custody deal that was originally drafted up in their March 10 settlement, which has Mueller spending significantly more time with their young sons. Sheen gets the boys every other weekend from Saturday morning until Sunday evening for the first two months, and for the following two months, he will have his boys every other weekend from Saturday morning through Monday morning. After that (provided that both Sheen and Mueller stay drug and alcohol free), the Two And A Half Men star gets the twins every other weekend Saturday through Monday morning, as well as Wednesday morning through Thursday morning.

In other Sheen legal news, while the media was kicked out of today's custody hearing, the judge overseeing Sheen's $100 million lawsuit against Warner Bros. and Two and a Half Men co-creator Chuck Lorre is allowing reporters and cameras to cover the proceedings. Judge Allan Goodman said he would allow a single video camera to be present during the case, despite protests from Warner Bros. and Lorre.

Sheen is currently on his way to Washington D.C. for tonight's My Violent Torpedo of Truth show...