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VIDEO: Charlie Sheen's Wife Brooke Mueller - 'I Hope' He's OK

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Oct. 27 2010, Published 9:19 a.m. ET

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On the same day her estranged husband Charlie Sheen was hospitalized after trashing a New York hotel room in a cocaine-fueled frenzy after hooking up with a hooker, Brooke Mueller told photographers she hopes her troubled ex is OK.

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Asked by a cameraman in Los Angeles Tuesday if she hopes the Two and a Half Men was doing alright following his eventful day, Mueller - the mother of Sheen's 19-month old twin boys Bob and Max - said, "I hope so" before later telling them, "I'm sorry, I can't comment."

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Her father Jon Fiore was more chatty, telling photographers, "We're with you Charlie, we love you Charlie," before his daughter told him to put a lid on it.

Mueller, 33, is no stranger to rehab, as she's been there at least six different times, most recently earlier this year for crack addiction and alcoholism.

As RadarOnline.com has previously reported, Mueller was attacked by Sheen last Christmas day, causing a legal fallout that resulted in Sheen himself getting a ticket to rehab, where he's headed once again after his meltdown this week.

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