Two Charlie Sheen ex-wives in custody battle

Getty ImagesThe kids are safe

Getty ImagesThe kids are safe

Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife Brooke Mueller is rehabbing at the Betty Ford Center right now, but her twin sons by Charlie are staying with Sheen’s other ex-wife, Denise Richards. The state granted Richards temporary custody, but if Mueller has her way the kids will go with her brother instead, according to RadarOnline.

The New York Daily News reports that Charlie’s lawyers are saying “wo way,” and that she only wants her boys with her family so that she can keep receiving $55,000 a month in child support.

Does anyone notice that someone is missing in this equation? No one seems interested in giving the boys to their “tiger blood” father. Say what you want about Child Protective Services, but it sounds like they are getting this one right.

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