Charlie And Brooke's Sex Scandal: Could They Lose Their Kids?

Wed, March 3, 2010 5:56pm EDT by 1 Comment
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You could be in big trouble this time, Brooke and Charlie. It’s more likely than ever that a judge could deem you unfit parents after hearing of your multiple marital sexual partners.

It’s gotten much worse for Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller: According to a new report on RadarOnline.com, they have allegedly engaged in at least ten different sexual threesomes during the course of their less-than-two-year marriage. If this is in fact true, this could be a disaster if they have to battle for custody of their 10-month-old twins in divorce court, a prominent defense lawyer tells HollywoodLife.com.

“When you combine substance abuse problems, domestic violence and a pattern of multiple affairs, the judge will begin to get the impression that these are two people who are out of control,” Los Angeles-based attorney Steve Cron explains.

One woman in particular allegedly has been offered $40,000 to discuss her sexual adventure with Brooke, 32, and Charlie, 44. “It’s more twisted than anyone knows or has suspected,” a source told RadarOnline.com. “It’s crazy.”

If the couple does seek a divorce, affairs will not play a role in monetary settlements, but they will affect custody of their sons, Max and Bob, Cron says.

“Extramarital affairs could cause problems for them as far as visitation and custody, but I don’t see them impacting the divorce that much,” the lawyer explains, adding, “When you’re talking about the divorce you’re talking about how much money is involved.”

Currently, both the Two and a Half Men actor and his wife are undergoing rehab and have not expressed any desire to divorce.

Get More on Charlie Sheen & Brooke Mueller:

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  2. Brooke Mueller Misses Her Twins So Much That She’s Leaving Rehab Early
  3. EXCLUSIVE! Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller Will Keep Their Twins as Long as They Cooperate With the LA Department of Children and Family Services