Brooke Mueller has been granted supervised visitation rights for her sons after being released from rehab in California.
Brooke Mueller has been released from rehab.
The Palm Beach socialite is preparing to reunite with her four-year-old twins Bob and Max, who she has with her ex-husband Charlie Sheen, after being treated for drug and alcohol addictions at a California-based clinic.
The 36-year-old star - who has been to rehab over 20 times - will reportedly have monitored visitation rights three days a week with her sons, starting next week.
A source told RadarOnline.com: ''Social workers from the Los Angeles County of Department of Children and Family Services recommended that Brooke be allowed to have increased visitation. She will have visits with Bob and Max twice during the week and once on weekends.
''Brooke had wanted overnight visits and pushed hard for no supervision from a monitor, but that request was denied, at this time. The agency didn't feel she was ready to have the boys on her own, just yet.''
The troubled star lost custody of the twins in May after she overdosed of crystal methamphetamine and was placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold.
Bob and Max are currently living with another of Charlie's ex-wives, Denise Richards, who also has daughters Sam, nine, and eight-year-old Lola with the 'Anger Management' star and has reportedly grown to consider the boys part of her family.
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