Washington (ANI): Actor Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller"s nearly 10-month-old sons will stay with their mother for at least a month in Aspen. Child-welfare officials were said to have visited Mueller and her family and conducted multiple interviews to judge the atmosphere for the twins following the 911 call Brooke made on Christmas day.
Pitkin County Social Services have purportedly given the green light for the twins Bob and Max to remain with Brooke after being satisfied with their probe. "The people from the social services agency talked to Brooke, her mom, her step dad and her nanny, and told them that everything looks good and Brooke appears to be an excellent mother," People magazine quoted a source close to Mueller as saying.
"Brooke and the twins, Max and Bob, are planning to stay in their rented Aspen house for at least another month. After that they may go to Palm Beach to visit family for awhile," the source added.
Two and a Half Men star Charlie was arrested in a domestic violence case and charged with second-degree assault, menacing and criminal mischief, following a nasty argument with Mueller.