Sources: Charlie Sheen’s Twins in a “Really Bad Situation”

Charlie Sheen may be calling himself a "winner" to the press, but his kids are the clear losers in this mess, multiple sources tell the new Us Weekly, out today. A judge's sudden order to remove 23-month-old twin sons Bob and Max from his L.A. home on Tuesday -- as his ex Brooke Mueller levels shocking new allegations against Sheen -- comes as no surprise to those closest to the star.
New roomies, marijuana magazine cover model Natalie Kenly and Bang Bus adult film star Bree Olson, were helping the drug addled TV star, 45, care for his sons with soon-to-be ex wife Mueller. "We all chip in when not in the shower, running errands or doing an interview," he tells Us.
Now with Mueller in "day treatment" for her own substance abuse problems, the twins are being raised by her mother. "It's a really sad situation," says an insider. "Brooke is just as bad as Charlie."For his part, Sheen is looking forward to the day when he can explain away his wild exploits to his sons. "I will never lie to my children," he tells Us. "They'll understand it through my eyes."
Meanwhile, in footage that has surfaced today, the troubled actor kisses his sons Bob and Max, who turn two later this month, after handing them over to officers. A member of Sheen's entourage captured the scene on video and the clip shows the 45-year-old calming giving over the toddlers. The boys can be heard saying 'goodbye dada' as the Two And A Half Men star straps them into a car set.
'Don't say goodbye, just say see you later,' Sheen is heard saying in response.
Police visited Sheen's home last night after his estranged wife Brooke Mueller filed a restraining order against him. Sheen has rarely seen the boys in the past year, but took the on Saturday and refused to return them, according to Mueller. She claims Sheen has been physically and verbally abusive towards her - at one point knocking her unconscious - and a judge ordered earlier in the day that Sheen must stay 100 yards away from Mueller and their children.