Charlie Sheen fully supports the Department of Children and Family Services' decision to remove his twin sons from their mother, Brooke Mueller.
The twins were removed from Brooke's care late Thursday for undisclosed reasons, but officials apparently believed they were not safe in her care.
"Charlie fully supports the actions of the DCFS," Sheen's rep says.
The actor, who has been through this kind of thing before, "knows Max and Bob are in a safe, stable, loving environment with Denise and the boys' sisters."
That's a giant ouch, Brooke Mueller.
It's unclear exactly why DCFS was called to her house or why they felt Mueller's residence was "unsafe environment," but it's a safe bet it pertains to drug use.
A hearing has been set for next week to sort out where the kids will live long-term, which Charlie's rep says he supports and will be actively involved in.
Sheen "will fully cooperate and fully participate in all proceedings."
It's unclear if and when Brooke will regain custody, but her struggles with substance abuse are notorious at this point, so ... what's your schedule like, Denise?