Charlie Sheen's children were taken from his home on Tuesday night and the event was captured on video.
In exclusive footage posted by RadarOnline, Charlie is seen strapping his nearly 2-year-old sons Bob and Max into car seats before they are whisked away into the night.
"Don't say goodbye, just say see you later," Charlie told his sons, assuring them that they would be together again soon. "You have my word: Dad don't lie!"
Sheen was compliant with the authorities, remaining so calm that his sons didn't seem to grasp the seriousness of the situation.
Sheen even reassured the officials who carried his sons away, saying, "I understand, you're doing your job."
But the Golden Globe winner did express his disapproval of what took place after the vehicle holding his kids took off.
"Tiger blood now drips from my fangs!" Charlie declared.
On Wednesday morning Charlie Sheen sounded off on the events in a live "Today" show interview, claiming, "I do not know where my children are."
Sheen also gave a message to his sons, saying, "Bob, Max, it's Dada. I will see you very soon."