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Police call off search for Brooke Mueller and Charlie Sheen's children - report

Published 16/11/2016

Brooke Mueller
Brooke Mueller

Police were called to a Utah bar following an alleged altercation between Brooke Mueller and her nanny.

Police have reportedly called off a search for Charlie Sheen's twins following an incident at a Utah bar on Tuesday (15Nov16).

The kids' mum Brooke Mueller, who was married to the Two and a Half Men star from 2008 to 2011, was reportedly spotted in Salt Lake City with seven-year-old Max and Bob following an alleged altercation with a nanny.

According to TMZ, police were called to the venue but the 39-year-old, who was barefoot and looked dishevelled, had left before they arrived. Following the incident, Mueller reportedly tried to book rooms at several area hotels.

Sheen was informed of the drama by police officials and told TMZ, "I'm just trying to get my kids home safe. I have no other details that relate to the ongoing event."

On Wednesday (16Nov16), police received a call about Mueller and the children after she was seen at a car wash. She was reportedly spotted swinging at her children and was confronted. Police were called to the scene, but they have reportedly since called off the search and don't believe a crime was committed, according to sources.

Mueller moved her kids out of Hollywood after Sheen revealed he was HIV-positive last year (15), and she has been raising them in Park City, Utah.

"I'm bored as hell, but for the kids, this place is fantastic," she told the New York Post's Page Six last month (Oct16).

Brooke and Charlie have also been on better terms of late, and, in August (16), she agreed to slash her child support payments from $55,000-a-month (£44,200) to $25,000-a-month (£20,100) after Sheen claimed he could no longer afford to keep up with the financial obligations due to a significant change in earnings.

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