Denise Richards is, once again, lending a hand when it comes to Charlie Sheen's 3-year-old twins.
A rep for the actress confirms to E! News that the Wild Things star has been granted temporary custody of her ex-husband's two boys, Bob and Max, following the removal of the kids from their mother Brooke Mueller's home by the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services on Thursday.
A source also tells E! News that social workers have been investigating the situation at the residence for over a year, noting that Mueller is often gone for long stretches of time.
"She hasn't lived in her house for a few weeks," the source said. "They don't know where she's at. It's been so bad."
The source added, "The boys have spent so much time with Denise that it was the logical choice that she would get temporary custody. Charlie is completely supportive of it and wants what's best for the boys. Charlie will probably have a better relationship with the boys now. Everyone is glad they'll have some stability."
Including, it seems, the twins themselves.
"The boys are so happy right now," the source revealed. "It got to a point where they didn't want to go home to Brooke anymore."
The last time Richards stepped in and helped out was in December. The 42-year-old actress briefly cared for Bob and Max while Mueller was in rehab for addiction issues related to her use of Adderall.
A source tells E! News that "Brooke is not upset...She trusts Denise" while a source from Sheen's camp also confirms that the twins are currently living with Richards.