Charlie Sheen Granted Full Custody of Twins If Ex-Wife Brooke Mueller Fails Drug Test

Los Angeles, CA – Charlie Sheen could potentially gain full custody of his teenage twins if his ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, fails a drug test. According to court documents obtained by Page Six, Sheen was granted an emergency request on Thursday that grants him “sole legal custody” of their 14-year-old sons, Bob and Max, in the event that Mueller tests positive for drugs or alcohol.

The court order specifies that Mueller must undergo drug and alcohol tests as often as required by her probation officer. Additionally, she must comply with written requests from Sheen or his attorney to test within 24 hours, and she must be tested at least once a week. If Mueller tests positive or misses a test, her custody and visitation rights will be immediately terminated.

Furthermore, Sheen’s attorney will receive information about Mueller’s regular sources of controlled substances – their names, addresses, and telephone numbers. This provision is a part of the agreement that Sheen and Mueller signed in November 2022 and August 2023.

Both Sheen and Mueller have struggled with addiction in the past, but Sheen recently celebrated six years of sobriety. The court documents do not reveal the reason behind Sheen’s decision to request the custody modifications. However, it is mentioned that Mueller relapsed and engaged in substance abuse in August 2023.

Sheen has previously referred to himself as a “single dad” during an interview with People magazine. He explained that he has been primarily responsible for raising their sons while Mueller has been dealing with personal issues.

Shortly after Sheen’s interview, it was reported that Mueller had entered a 12-step program to address her addiction. Sources close to her stated that the program seemed to be working effectively for her.

Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller were married in 2008 but filed for divorce in 2010. Now, with the potential for Sheen to gain full custody, the situation remains uncertain. Neither Sheen nor Mueller has publicly commented on the recent developments.

As the custody battle continues, the focus remains on the well-being of Bob and Max, who are caught in the midst of their parents’ personal struggles.