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Charlie Sheen wants to know where his sons have been taken

By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: The Charlie Sheen saga continues, with updates hitting the media almost on a minute-by-minute basis.

The troubled star of “Two and a Half Men” continued his media blitz this morning after police took his twin sons at the request of estranged wife Brooke Mueller. He spoke with NBC’s “Today Show” live, appearing with his lawyer and admitting to the show’s hosts that he does not know where his sons are at this point.

“There’s nothing broken here,” Sheen told NBC. “I don’t know where my children are. …
“I want [Mueller] to reach out to me and tell me where our sons are. “I’m sorry you felt it had to be done this way. I think cooler and smarter heads can avail.”

All sides seem to be in a holding pattern right now. Sheen appears to be playing nice with Mueller so he can get his sons back. CBS CEO Les Moonves, keeping the door open to a Sheen return to the hit sitcom, joked that the actor “is “on the air quite a bit these days. I wish he would have worked this hard to promote himself for an Emmy.”

As for the future of “Two and a Half Men,” Moonves commented on the show’s hiatus and said, “I’m not saying long-term I want this to go on. I hope it’s back. We’ll see.”

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