Charlie Sheen said he remains calm and focused after his children were removed from his home in the middle of the night.
"Somebody badges you, they win in that moment. I didn't push it because I'm not into resisting the law," he told NBC's Jeff Rossen on Wednesday's Today show.
On Tuesday, Sheen's estranged wife Brooke Mueller had an emergency restraining order granted against him. The 45-year-old actor isn't allowed within 100 yards of Mueller or their 23-month-old twins, Max and Bob.
"I am in great fear that he will find me and attack me and I am in great fear for the children's safety while in his care," Mueller stated in the court document.
The star of Two and a Half Men said he doesn't know where his children are now, adding: "If anybody thought my focus was directed in a radical capacity, that's going to seem like child's play."
While many question the environment his children were in with Sheen's two "goddesses" contributing to the parenting role, Sheen said: "There's nothing but love, compassion and absolute support for these amazing children. It's 100,000 times better than what's going to be delivered or offered in [Mueller's] house."