Brooke Mueller, who entered the Betty Ford Clinic on May 9th, sent her attorney, Lori Howe, to a Los Angeles court on Friday in a desperate bid to have Denise Richards stripped as the temporary guardian of her twin boys to ex-husband Charlie Sheen.
There was no second guessing from the judge, Brooke’s request was shot down. The twins will be staying with Denise Richards for the foreseeable future. Bob and Max won’t be going out to Palm Springs to see her at Betty Ford on Mother’s Day, nor will her brother get temporary custody of them. Bob and Max are flourishing under the care of Denise, and the judge saw no reason to change that.
Mueller’s request for supervised visitation was also shot down as the judge cited the fact she was in rehab, and that wasn’t a suitable environment for the twins to be in.
The children were taken away by the Department of Children and Families and placed with Denise in early May after Brooke was placed under an Involuntary Psychiatric Hold at UCLA Medical Center. This her 20th time in rehab.
Denise stated in December of last year, when she also had temporary guardianship of the boys, that they are family and she would do anything for them.