Brooke Mueller will be spending the holidays in rehab, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal.
"She's still there in the treatment facility," her half-sister Sydney Wolofsky told Radar. "The center is in Salt Lake City. The reason she moved to Salt Lake City in the first place was to be closer to her treatments and everything."
"So when all this happened, it was convenient that it happened to be right where she was already doing outpatient stuff," she explained, adding that their family will be traveling to see Mueller for the holidays. "She's still there and we're going basically to be with the kids. My brother and sister-in-law and their kids are coming too. So we're just hanging out, and then on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day we're going to be with Brooke because I think the center does this family thing."
Radar previously reported that Mueller was hospitalized in November after a disturbing series of incidents involving her twin sons with Charlie Sheen . She allegedly arrived barefoot to a bar around 2:30 a.m. with Bob and Max, 7, and fought with their nanny. Then, they were later spotted at a nearby car wash after Sheen, 51, announced that he was worried for their safety.
Wolofsky told Radar at the time that her parents rushed to 39-year-old Mueller's side, and revealed that Mueller confessed to her mom, Moira Fiore, that she wanted to go back to rehab. She quietly checked into an inpatient program shortly after.
"I don't know how long she'll be in rehab for," Wolofsky said. "I know my mom and Brooke spoke about what the plan is, how long she's staying, and I know that it's Brooke's decision. I know that Brooke said to my mom she wanted to stay for a while and not just do a 30-day thing. She wants to go and stay because she wants it to be a long-term sobriety. I know she wants to be there for a while."
Fiore has been taking care of the boys in her absence, and Wolofsky confirmed that "that's the plan for right now."
"I mean my mom can't stay in Utah because she has work and stuff, but for right now my mom is obviously in charge," she explained. "She's got the boys, and my mom and step-dad kind of go back and forth helping out."
"The boys are doing well," she said. "They miss their mom, but they still get to talk to her every night before bed because she calls home. So they get to hear her voice and everything so that's good. They're still in school so their lives are going on as normal."
"I spoke to Brooke the other day so I can actually attest to the fact that she's doing well and she's good," she concluded. "She's happy to be in a program and getting the help that she needs and we're all excited to go see her for the holidays."
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