Charlie Sheen accidentally posted his phone number on Twitter Thursday, making it public to his more than 5 million followers.
It is unclear who exactly he was directing the message, which read "call me bro," followed by his number.
Fans were left assuming it was intended to be private.
Sheen, who refers to himself as an “unemployed winner,” found himself in the headlines again this week after ex-wife Brooke Mueller was recently arrested for drug possession and assault in Aspen, Colo.
Mueller, 34, is believed to have primary custody of her and Sheen's two-year-old twin boys and reports have confirmed Sheen will not seek to change that.
According to a source speaking to Radar Online, Sheen, 46, insisted Mueller is a fit parent despite her on-going drug battles.
"Charlie knows that Brooke is battling a horrible disease, but that she is inherently a good person, and great mother," radaronline.com reported.
Despite Mueller's recent stint in rehab and drug-related legal woes, the source confirmed sheen does not feel the need to seek sole custody of their children.
"Charlie won't be going to court anytime soon to seek custody of the boys, or to make any changes in custodial time."
The former “Two And A Half Men” star very publicly dealt with his own issues earlier this year.
After being fired by CBS boss Chuck Lorre, Sheen began displaying erratic and troubling behavior that had fans begging for the actor to enter rehab.
Sheen responded to fans by saying rehab would not help him, and insisted he was fine.