Brooke Mueller entered a treatment facility weeks ago in hopes of getting hope for her addiction struggles, but unfortunately, the ex-wife of Charlie Sheen is plagued with fears over her Los Angeles home.
Following news of Denise Richards' lawsuit, which alleged that Sheen had failed to follow through with promises to provide a home to their kids, Mueller is reportedly stressed about the possibility of losing the home she currently lives in with her and Sheen's twin sons, Max and Bob.
“Brooke thinks it’s only a matter of time until Charlie puts her house up for sale, too,” an insider told Radar Online on Thursday. “But she wants to continue to live in the mansion with the boys, and doesn’t want to move out.”
According to the report, the possible sale of Mueller's home is being stalled due to her stint in rehab; but due to her failure to raise enough money to buy the home, she could also be in jeopardy of losing it.
“Brooke’s sobriety is still in the very beginning stages, and the last thing she needs is this additional stress,” the source claimed.
The site went on to report that Mueller had previously credited Sheen's HIV diagnosis as the reason behind her most recent relapse.
“Brooke had a very difficult time in the immediate aftermath of Charlie’s situation going public," a source explained. "Even though she and the twins don’t have HIV, it just brought back a lot of very bad memories of the time when Brooke was married to Charlie."