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Wednesday 30 July 2014

Brooke Mueller admits to drug abuse

Brooke Mueller

Brooke Mueller has reportedly confessed to abusing Adderall before being rushed to hospital last week.

The 35-year-old socialite and mother of Charlie Sheen's three-year-old twin sons was rushed to the emergency room on Friday morning after reportedly suffering a drug overdose.

Brooke, who has a long history of narcotics abuse, denied she was using drugs.

TMZ reports that the star apparently admitted to her friends that she was in fact high.

According to the website, Brooke claimed that she "fell off the wagon" and started using way more than the recommended dosage of her prescription medication Adderall. The pills are used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Brooke's loved ones are said to be "deeply concerned" for her welfare, as she has allegedly been abusing narcotics for several weeks.

Brooke was arrested in Aspen, Colorado, last December and charged with felony drug possession and misdemeanour assault. She spent 12 weeks in the famous Cirque Lodge facility in Sundance, Utah, to battle her drug and alcohol addiction earlier this year.

She has been in rehab around 15 times.

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