Charlie Sheen is bonding with his boy.
The “Two and a Half Men” alum was photographed out and about in Malibu, Calif., with one of his and ex-wife Brooke Mueller’s twin sons, Bob or Max, on Tuesday.
In the rare sighting, the duo spent time together at a surf shop and Subway.
Sheen, 57, dressed casually in a black graphic tee, an unzipped hoodie and tan shorts while keeping a low profile in a baseball cap and sunglasses.
As for the 14-year-old, he also cut a casual figure in a red shirt, patterned shorts and blue sneakers.
Bob and Max were born in March 2009, less than a year after their parents tied the knot in Beverly Hills.
Sheen and Mueller, now 45, separated that December ahead of their sons’ 1st birthday, with the Golden Globe winner filing for divorce in November 2010.
Although the duo’s divorce was finalized in May of the following year, their court battle resumed in 2018 when Sheen claimed he could not afford child support payments.
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At the time, the Emmy nominee paid Mueller $55,000 per month. Additionally, he gave $20,000 to ex-wife Denise Richards, with whom he shares daughters Sami, 19, and Lola, 18.
Sheen, who is also the father of daughter Cassandra, 38, with high school girlfriend Paula Profit, reached an undisclosed financial agreement with Mueller in April 2022.
In March of the following year, he was spotted with both Max and Bob as they went on a smoothie run in Malibu without Mueller.
The actress has stayed out of the spotlight since she voluntarily checked into rehab in August 2019 after making headlines for appearing to smoke crystal meth.
Sheen has also struggled with addiction over the years, staying sober for 11 years before relapsing following his 2011 HIV diagnosis.
However, he celebrated one year of sobriety in 2018.
The “Anger Management” alum’s dad, Martin Sheen, gave an update on Charlie’s progress in June 2021, telling People how “extraordinary” his healing has been.
“His recovery and his life is a miracle, and he’s an extraordinary man,” Martin, 82, gushed at the time. “We went through … some very difficult times when he was out there. He’s come back — thank heaven — and he’s healthy.”