When Charlie Sheen was ordered to turn over his 23-month-old twin sons, Bob and Max to estranged wife Brooke Mueller, the Two and a Half Men star invited RadarOnline.com into his home to document the hand-off, a move he may well end up regretting, a source close to the situation says.
In the footage, which was obtained by RadarOnline.com exclusively, Bob, who turns three next week, says to the camera several times: "kiss my a**" as he is being held by his 45-year-old father.
Sheen's reaction to the first two times Bob says it in the house is to laugh, and when he says it a third time, Charlie ignores it.
Bob then says "kiss my a**" for a fourth time as he is being strapped into a car and saying good-bye to his dad.
The cussing is something that, not surprisingly, concerns his mother Brooke, who is worried about what other bad influences her young son is being exposed to while in the care of her troubled soon-to-be ex.
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"Brooke is very concerned and distressed that her son would say that," a source tells RadarOnline.com. "Bob never hears that language around Brooke and her family.
"If Bob is being allowed to say, 'kiss my a**' what else is he saying and doing that he shouldn't be when he is with Charlie?
"You can be sure Brooke will bring this issue up when she meets with her attorney."