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.