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Saturday 28 February 2015

Mueller 'out of rehab'

Brooke Mueller
Brooke Mueller

Brooke Mueller is out of rehab, according to reports.

Charlie Sheen's ex-wife was rushed to the emergency room earlier this month after reportedly suffering a drug overdose.

According to TMZ, she spent six days in a private facility for her dependence on Adderall.

The medication is used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

It was Brooke's 19th stint in rehab.

According to the website, she will have ongoing outpatient psychological treatment.

Brooke has reportedly regained custody of her three-year-old twins with Charlie. The pair's sons Bob and Max stayed with his ex-wife Denise Richards during the majority of Brooke's time in rehab.

Brooke's attorney, Yale Galanter, earlier told TMZ the 35-year-old socialite was committed to conquering her addiction.

"Brooke continues her lifelong battle with drug addiction by taking these steps herself to prevent a further drug relapse," he said.

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.

Her three-year marriage to Charlie ended in May 2011.

He was married to Denise from June 2002 to March 2005 and they share two daughters.

He also has an adult daughter with his high school girlfriend.

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