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Sure, child services may have checked in on Charlie Sheen's home on Sunday, but it was no big deal, according to the family.
"It was a routine, procedural visit. No more, no less," the Two and a Half Men star's rep, Stan Rosenfield, tells E! News.
Indeed, while a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Department of Child and Family Services could not confirm that his office is investigating the actor, his currently rehabbing wife Brooke Mueller and their 11-month-old twin boys, he claims parental substance abuse typically would warrant a department agent ringing the doorbell.
"We're not allowed to talk case specifics," the DCFS' Neil Zanville says, stressing that he cannot confirm that the couple his under investigation, but that a home visit is standard procedure for cases involving drugs and alcohol.
"The kids are still at home with Charlie and four nannies," a source tells E! News. "Child services are supposed to visit a home whenever there is a domestic violence case. They talked with the nannies and were satisfied that everyone was great. They just want to follow up and make sure the kids are okay even if the parents are fighting. They just went in to make sure the kids are happy and fine."
In the meantime, because of a privacy breach, Mueller has left The Canyon rehab facility in Malibu and checked into another California location. But at least she has visitors.
"She is doing well," the source says. "The nanny brings the kids to her every day so she's doing great."
And Brooke and Charlie continue to work on their relationship.
"They're not living together because she's not there, but they talk everyday," the source claims. "Charlie is supportive of her."
In other words, no further drama has struck this family...for now, anyway.
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