Brooke Mueller is back in rehab after she was spotted holding what appeared to be a drug pipe containing crystal meth on camera, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Charlie Sheen's strung-out ex-wife has battled substance abuse issues for years, placing her in and out of rehab. Now, in a shocking video reported by Page Six, the mother of Sheen's twin boys was spotted crouching on the ground holding a lighter and what appeared to be a pipe filled with crystal meth in between her legs. The troubling video incident occurred in July 2018.
At the time, Mueller's son Bobby was sitting alone in an airport hotel in Spokane, Washington, a source told the outlet. Her other son, Max, was at camp.
The outlet claimed that now, one year later, Mueller is still battling a crippling drug problem. Last month, eyewitnesses in the Hamptons spotted the off-the-rails mom with "suitcases of drugs."
A spokesman for Mueller claimed that Mueller is now back in rehab.
"Brooke has voluntarily checked herself into a trauma center on the East Coast and is under the supervision of a team of professionals. Like millions of other people, staying sober is a daily challenge and she is working hard to overcome her disease," the rep told Page Six.
This wouldn't be the first time Mueller has ditched her kids before to party. Radar first reported in July 2018 that Mueller appeared drunk in Spokane, Washington and left her son Bobby alone in a hotel room with drugs as she partied at a casino.
"Her son was all alone in the room when hotel staff went to check - and she was a b***h to my friend who works at the hotel," a source told Radar at the time.
Hotel staffers grew concerned of Mueller's sons and requested a welfare check at 1:15 a.m. The search resulted in authorities finding the prescription medication clonazepam, used to treat panic disorders and seizures. An officer got in touch with Mueller, who was not charged but "threw a fit," eyewitnesses told Radar.
Mueller was busted for a DUI in 1996 and cocaine possession in 2001. In July 2011, she completed an outpatient rehab program.
Meanwhile, former party boy Sheen celebrated one year of sobriety in December 2018.