Despite the ban, Sheen took to Twitter and posted insulting messages against Mueller and Child Protection Services, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
"So let me see if I got this straight...my twin boys are now in harm's way and in grave danger, being 'raised' by a gaggle of incompetent and lascivious marionettes all ruled and fooled by an Adderall snorting husk called Brooke," Sheen posted on Twitter.
On Friday, the judge granted Scott, Mueller's brother, the temporary custody of the children allowing him to move into the socialite's house to care for them.
"And guess what CPS and 'I'm Italian' judge anus-brain, you may have gagged me temporarily, but mark my unspoken words, anything happens to my boys, and you will get to know me, know who I truly am, a loving father," he wrote.
The "Anger Management" actor could face jail for slamming the Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) and Mueller.
However, the 48-year-old actor appeared unfazed by the prospect, tweeting: "If this means being jailed for loving and trying to protect my children, then go for it."
"I have as many friends on the inside as I do out here. My passion will not be silenced. You are all now standing in my way. I'd recommend a shift in your geography," he wrote.
--IANS (Posted on 10-11-2013)