Charlie Sheen has no problem with his twin sons staying with his ex-wife Denise Richards while their mother, Brooke Mueller, is unable to take care of them.
Late on Thursday, the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services removed Sheen and Mueller's four-year-old boys, Bob and Max, from the custody of their mother.
While the 35-year-old Mueller is currently considered unable to care for the children, it is unclear why custody didn't pass to their father. However, the Anger Management star seems to be fine with the situation.
"Charlie supports the actions of the Department of Children and Family Services," Sheen's representative told TMZ. "He knows Max and Bob are safe and in a stable, loving environment with Denise and the boys' sisters."
According to the Associated Press, Larry Solters, a representative for Sheen, claims that Sheen will "fully cooperate and fully participate in all proceedings" as they are related to custody of the boys.
Enstars reported earlier that the children were removed from Mueller's care due to alleged drug use. She had previously entered rehab in 2012 for problems related to Aderall.
However, sources are currently citing her alleged use of harder drugs.
"Brooke is completely in denial about how bad her addiction is to crystal meth," a source told Radar. "Even after losing Bob and Max, she is still refusing to go back to rehab"
Richards is the mother of Bob and Max's older half-sisters, Sam and Lola.