Despite both of their parents being in and out of rehab, Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller's one-year-old twin sons, Bob and Max, are being well cared for and doing extremely well, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
Sheen is in rehab for alcohol and cocaine problems, despite his official statement that it is for preventative measures. His wife Brooke bolted from two rehabs and is being treated at home for her crack addiction and alcoholism.
Despite Brooke and Charlie’s obvious and deep problems, their children are in no danger and have been well cared for by nannies and Brooke’s mother.
“The boys are thriving and are very well taken care of by a very small, trusted group of family and close confidantes," a Sheen friend exclusively tells RadarOnline.com.
The Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services paid a visit to the Sheen household shortly after Charlie's arrest for domestic violence against Brooke but that was done only, "because anytime children are in proximity when there is violence involved, DCFS gets involved,” a source familiar with the situation told RadarOnline.com.
The visit by Los Angeles officials didn't raise any red flags, and no follow-up was required, RadarOnline.com has learned.
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The family insider goes on to say, "Bob and Max are two very happy toddlers, and even though their parents are battling addiction, both Brooke and Charlie love the boys very much, and that is one of the motivating factors for them. They want to be the best parents possible to the boys. Brooke and Charlie have taken steps to make sure the boys are safe, and secure, at all times."
As RadarOnline.com was first to report, Charlie will resume filming his hit show, Two and a Half Men on Friday, March 19th.
Brooke has been in rehab at least five times in recent years and has previously been treated for crack addiction.
Despite the drug and alcohol problems both parents face, their children are safe in the care of family and nannies and no state intervention is expected.