Los Angeles police searched Charlie Sheen’s home last night for firearms that might have violated the terms of the restraining order filed against him by ex-wife Brooke Mueller. They found one gun, an antique, and a few bullets. In related news, Mueller and Sheen have reached an agreement that nullifies that restraining order and settles the custody issues involving their sons, but the details of said agreement were not revealed. Sheen tweeted his praise of the LAPD and later added, “50 cops in my home. they all left. I’m still here. WINNING? 24/7.” (Associated Press)

Miley Cyrus doesn’t hesitate to let a paparazzo have it when he accidentally runs into her mom with his camera. (The Hollywood Gossip)

Reps for Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake confirm that the couple has officially split. The stars of “Valentine’s Day” and “The Social Network” have been dating off and on since 2007. (People)

More morning mix, including The Situation’s comedic bomb and Quentin Tarantino’s decision to sue the creator of “True Blood,” after the jump.

The Situation apparently doesn’t know the comedy situation; he practically got booed offstage during the Comedy Central roast of Donald Trump. (Fox News)

Quentin Tarantino has filed a lawsuit against neighbor Alan Ball , creator of “True Blood” and “Six Feet Under,” because the “pteradactyl-like screams” of Ball’s exotic birds are interfering with Tarantino’s ability to write. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Rumor mill: Lindsay Lohan’s probation report supposedly contains information damaging enough to put her back in jail, whether she allegedly stole the necklace in that grand theft case or not. (TMZ)

”American Idol” contestant Casey Abrams , who missed last night’s results show because he was in the hospital, is feeling better. He reportedly received a blood transfusion; Abrams suffers from an inflammatory bowel disease called ulcerative colitis. (USA Today)