Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 17 April 2014

Mueller refuses to go to rehab

Brooke Mueller

Brooke Mueller reportedly won’t go to rehab for her addiction problems despite the four-year-old twins she shares with Charlie Sheen being taken away.

Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife allegedly is in denial about her addiction problems and won’t seek professional help.

The star’s four-year-old twins with the actor were recently handed over to actress Denise Richards.

She will temporarily take care of them alongside her own children with former spouse Charlie.

“Brooke is completely in denial about how bad her addiction is to crystal meth,” a source told Radar Online. “Even after losing Bob and Max, she is still refusing to go back to rehab.”

The Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services took away her kids with the Anger Management star.

But Brooke, 35, shows no plans of checking in for treatment.

The source believes she is at risk of losing all visitation rights with her offspring if she doesn’t seek help.

“The only chance Brooke has of even having visitation with the boys is if she is in a treatment programme,” they advised.

“The longer Brooke goes without getting treatment, the more it hurts her chances of getting the boys back.”

Meanwhile Brooke’s mother socialite Moira Fiore is behind her daughter’s decision.

She told the website all is good and the situation will sort itself out.

“Everything is fine, everything is the way it is supposed to be right now, with us,” she explained. “Brooke is fine, everybody will be fine.”

Brooke was hospitalised after an overdose in December and checked into rehab to be treated for Adderall abuse.

Denise stepped in to look after the children and it’s something she has vowed to continue doing.

Brooke is said to have taken the court order hard and is struggling to come to terms with losing custody of her kids.

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