Charlie Sheen's kids 'fine'
Social services representatives have found Charlie Sheen's twin sons to be doing ''just fine'' and have agreed they can continue living with their mother Brooke Mueller
Charlie Sheen's family have been investigated by social services.
Pitkin County Social Services officials reportedly visited the 'Two and a Half Men' star's wife Brooke Mueller last week following her allegations that the actor assaulted her and after finding nine-month-old Bob and Max to be "just fine" agreed she can continue caring for the tots.
A source told People magazine: "The people from the social services agency talked to Brooke, her mom, her step-dad and her nanny, and told them that everything looks good and Brooke appears to be an excellent mother.
"Brooke and the twins, Max and Bob, are planning to stay in their rented Aspen house for at least another month. After that they may go to Palm Beach to visit family for awhile."
It is unclear whether the representative interviewed Charlie as well as Brooke, her family and their staff.
However, it has been claimed that lawyers are seeking to get a protective order modified so that the actor can live with Brooke and the twins again.
According to gossip website TMZ, the couple still want some parts of the order - which was given following Charlie's arrest on Christmas Day (25.12.09) - to remain in place, including that Charlie should not be in possession of a gun or other weapon, that he refrain from drinking or using drugs, and that he not harass or annoy any possible witnesses in the case.
Meanwhile, a court hearing scheduled for tomorrow (04.01.10) has been postponed due to scheduling conflicts and is now likely to take place on January 11.