Charlie Sheen’s twins facing foster care
Charlie Sheen’s twin boys with ex-wife Brooke Mueller may be spending the holidays in foster care.
Radar Online reports that “mystery evidence” has been presented concerning Brooke’s drug program, which could affect whether she is granted custody.
An insider tells Radar, “Information has been given to the Department of Children and Family Services regarding Brooke’s treatment that contradicts what she had told social workers."
The 36-year-old socialite lost custody of sons Bob and Max in May after a drug overdose landed her under involuntary psychiatric hold. The boys were expected to be reunited with Brooke, who has been in rehab, by Christmas.
Instead, Charlie’s twins are now living with Brooke’s brother Scott Mueller. They had been in the care of the Anger Management star’s other ex-wife, Denise Richards, but she was forced to relinquish custody because of their violent outbursts toward her family pets and three daughters, Sam, Lola and Eloise.
“Charlie can’t get custody of the boys, even if he were to have round-the-clock nannies because of his past behavior,” the source says. “Brooke’s parents won’t be considered."
The L.A. County DCFS will submit the new information to the judge overseeing the case on Thursday. Mueller is required to attend.
But wait, there is some good (we think) news: This week Charlie was granted two 2-hour monitored visits with Bob and Max, TMZ reports. If all goes well, his custody will be incrementally restored to 50/50.
Is it weird that imagining these kids in Charlie Sheen's care now brings us a sense of relief?