Could Charlie Sheen end up “winning” custody of his 2-year-old twins Bob and Max?
RadarOnline reports that the former Two and a Half Men star is headed back to court this week to ask the judge to grant him temporary custody, now that their mother, Brooke Mueller, has re-entered rehab.
According to sources, Mueller, 33, refused to provide a urine sample for a court-ordered drug test on Friday (April 15), with some claiming that the actress spent the day frantically calling friends to provide her with drug-free urine.
That same week, Brooke was spotted at a pawnshop in Inglewood, California, and a drug dealer alleges that she purchased $150 worth of cocaine from him on Thursday, April 14.
Now, with Mueller reportedly back in rehab, those close to Sheen say that he will ask the judge to allow the twins to stay with him until their mother is released.
Those in Brooke’s camp say, “The last place the twins should be is in different hotel rooms every night,” as Sheen continues with his Torpedo of Truth tour, adding, “Toddlers need love, continuity, and stability. They have that with Brooke’s extended family in Los Angeles.”
Mueller’s attorney is expected to argue that the boys have been and should continue to be cared for with the help of Brooke’s mother, Moira Fiore, especially since they haven’t seen much of their father in the past few months.