Last night authorities took Charlie Sheen's twin sons Bob and Max from his Sherman Oaks home and handed them over to ex-wife Brooke Mueller, and the actor launched a counter attack at Mueller, claiming she was using drugs as recently as last week. Mueller obtained a restraining order yesterday after Sheen allegedly threatened to cut off her head, put it in a box and send it to her mother, and now Sheen seems prepared to do whatever it takes to battle Brooke for custody of their two sons.

Sheen and girlfriend Natalie Kenly claim Mueller was sent home from the Bahamas last week because they discovered "drug paraphernalia and cocaine in the bathroom of her resort", and Sheen has what he claims is photographic evidence showing Mueller's drug use, and he plans to present it in court as early as this week in an attempt to get his sons back. Sheen shared the images with Radar Online, and they show a supposed crack pipe, foil, spoons, drug residue and Mueller's driver's license which had been used to cut up lines of cocaine, according to Sheen.

Sheen said, "Look at what I'm protecting [the kids] from, her lies ... look at [the] absolute chaos." When reminded that Mueller had the right to use prescription medications, Sheen said, “Yeah, but it doesn’t have the right prescription on the bottle ... unless she tattooed one her liver.” Sheen declared, “Look at that, zoom in on a couple of things: spoons and then right here, I gotta believe a judge is going to frown on that -- a home made crack pipe ... I’ve been looking at it too long, that’s why I divorced the b*tch.” Sheen claims Mueller had been snorting and smoking cocaine at his home in the days before the Bahamas trip, and Kenly said she had a "serious talk" with Mueller about not doing drugs before their vacation, but Sheen's ex-wife didn't keep her promise. When asked how Mueller could fight her struggle with addiction, Sheen responded, “I don’t really have any interest in that, I don’t care. How dare you? How dare you? You’re a better parent than me? Shame on you. Your day is coming and it’s coming fast.”

Sheen appeared on camera and made a desperate plea for Mueller to call him and said, "We do not know the location [of the boys]. There's gotta be laws against that." Sheen also appeared on ABC and said, "At this moment on live television, I do not know where my children are but I'm not panicking. I've professed in ... the last few days to not deal and come from a place of panic, ego, emotion any of that. I've stayed very calm and focused."