LOS ANGELES - A publicist says child services workers went to the home of Charlie Sheen this weekend for a routine visit.
Sheen's publicist Stan Rosenfield says the visit was a previously scheduled, procedural visit. He declined to discuss specifics or how Sheen's children are doing.
The visit was connected to a pending felony domestic violence case in Aspen, Colo., against the "Two and a Half Men" star.
The child services department says it can't confirm that workers went to Sheen's home or that there is any case involving the actor or his wife, Brooke.
Charlie Sheen is accused of holding a knife to his wife's throat and threatening to kill her on Dec. 25 at his Aspen home.