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It’s Over! Brooke Mueller Custody Case Closed By DCFS — No More Random Drug Tests

Charlie Sheen Brooke Mueller Custody Case

Dec. 10 2014, Updated 3:20 p.m. ET

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Former drug addict Brooke Mueller is now a good mom — according to the Los Angeles Department of Children & Family Services. RadarOnline.com has learned that the authorities have officially closed the ongoing custody case involving Charlie Sheen's baby mama, Brooke Mueller, and their twin sons, Bob & Max, 5, as the Palm Beach socialite continues to make progress in her ongoing sobriety.

On Tuesday, child protective services "officially closed the case involving Brooke, and her twin sons,” an insider told Radar. "After nearly eighteen months​, Brooke has made substantial progress with her sobriety, and parenting skills."

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"The judge in child dependency court signed off on the move,” the source said. "Brooke was extremely emotional and grateful that the ordeal has finally come to a conclusion. There will be no more random drug tests required or required parenting classes."

Mueller, 36, lost custody of the five-year-old twins, Bob and Max, after being placed on a psychiatric hold last year after a drug overdose. Sheen’s ex-wife, Denise Richards, then became their temporary guardian until she was forced to give them up after witnessing their allegedly disturbing behavior and violence towards her three children and family pets.

Scott Mueller, Brooke’s brother, subsequently became the boys temporary guardian.

In April, Brooke was , but was strictly monitored by DCFS.

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