"Brooke is trying to decide if she will buy it from him or just move elsewhere," says a source
Despite tabloid reports that Sheen was evicting Mueller and their 6-year-old twin sons Max and Bob, a source close to the family says that’s not the case.
“Brooke and the boys did not get kicked out of the house,” says the source, who adds the property is worth $6.5 million and that Sheen is still responsible for supporting his sons. “But Charlie does need to sell the house.”
Adds another source close to Mueller: “It’s not a concern right now, and she’s in the house with the kids. The house is not currently listed for sale, and it’s not a concern for Brooke.”
Sheen went on the Today show Monday to open up about his 2011 HIV diagnosis.
“I’m here to admit that I am in fact HIV-positive and I have to put a stop to this onslaught, this barrage of attacks and of sub-truths and very harmful stories that I am threatening the health of others, which couldn’t be farther from the truth,” he told Matt Lauer.
Following her ex’s morning show revelation, Mueller broke her silence to announce she and their sons are not HIV-positive.
“Brooke has been inundated with calls from friends and family,” her spokesperson Steve Honig told PEOPLE Monday. “To put their minds at ease, Brooke can confirm that she and the boys are not HIV positive.”
• With additional reporting by LIZ MCNEIL