EXCLUSIVE: Brooke Mueller Partied With Charlie Sheen Hours Before Going Into Rehab

Feb. 16 2010, Published 11:20 a.m. ET

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Brooke Mueller partied with Charlie Sheen just hours before going into rehab, has learned exclusively.

Mueller and Sheen, back in Los Angeles after his Aspen court appearance, were together for a few hours and it was Mueller who was boozing heavily, a source close to the couple told

“It was just more of the same with Brooke,” the source said. “Her mother had been begging her to go into rehab.”

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In fact, Brooke had been in rehab in North Carolina, although her lawyer denied it. She flew across the country after being hospitalized for pneumonia, a dangerous move, due to fluid in the lungs.

After leaving North Carolina she showed up for Sheen’s Aspen court date and then returned to Los Angeles and resumed her partying.

As was first to report, Mueller has previously been in rehab for crack addiction.

And while she was recently hospitalized, friends tried to bring her drugs – in the hospital.

“It got to the point where even Charlie told her to go to rehab because of their kids,” the source close to both of them told

“She had one final party, drinking pretty heavily, and Charlie was with her part of the time. But when he left it didn’t stop. The next day she was in bad, bad shape and that’s when she went into rehab.”

Sheen and Mueller both had alcohol in their bodies when police were called at 8:30 am Christmas. Sheen has been through rehab and has not said if he is seeking help again for his drinking.

He had a sober coach with him Christmas eve when he started boozing.

Mueller told cops that Sheen threatened to kill her on Christmas after they argued.


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