Rehabbing Brooke Mueller will see twin sons, Bob & Max, 4, she had with ex-husband, Charlie Sheen during a supervised visit this weekend, and the Palm Beach socialite has also hired a new publicist, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
The twins will be "driven down to the cottage in San Clemente where their mother is staying by a social worker from the Los Angeles County of Department of Children & Family Services," a source told Radar.
"Brooke won't be alone with the twins. The monitor will make sure the boys are safe and the visit can be immediately terminated if the boys are in distress. Brooke saw the boys last weekend. The boys aren't allowed to stay overnight with her at this point in her treatment."
The twins were placed with Denise Richards temporarily after Brooke was placed on involuntary psychiatric hold because of a drug overdose in May. Social workers from the Los Angeles County of Department of Children & Family Services removed the boys from her home due to her ongoing drug use.
The former reality starlet, has also hired a new publicist.
Mueller's former rep, Steve Honig, quit in May. PR guru, Howard Bragman is now repping her.
Mueller is currently enrolled in her 21st rehab for an addiction to crystal meth.
Furthermore, there are media reports that Mueller is "ensconced in a rehab joint." But sources tell Radar, "that is absolutely 1000 percent not true and very misleading. Brooke left Betty Ford because it was just to strict for her. Brooke moved in to a sober living house in San Juan Capistrano, with other females, and was taken daily to an outpatient clinic for treatment. She had issues living with the other females, and moved out. Brooke is now living at a cottage in San Clemente with two sober living companions, and she is being drug tested.
"Boyfriend, Jaron Lowenstein is a frequent visitor to the house, and he has been spending the night. Brooke is still trying to call the shots as far as her recovery goes. It's inaccurate for anyone to say she is in residential treatment. Residential treatment is Cirque Lodge, Pasadena Recovery Center, Las Encinas, which isn't the form of treatment Brooke is getting."
As Radar previously reported, Denise will retain custody of the twins for the rest of the year.
Child protective services has “recommended that while Brooke continues to get treatment for her drug addiction, (denise) the twins continue to live with Denise for the rest of the year,” a source previously told us.