A publicist says child services workers went to the home of Charlie Sheen this weekend for a routine visit.
Sheen's publicist Stan Rosenfield says the visit was previously scheduled and procedural. He declined to discuss specifics or how Sheen's children are doing, The Associated Press reports.
The visit was tied to a pending felony domestic violence case in Aspen, Colo., against the "Two and a Half Men" star.
The child services department says it can't confirm that workers went to Sheen's home or that there is any case involving the actor or his wife, Brooke Mueller Sheen.
Charlie Sheen is accused of holding a knife to his wife's throat and threatening to kill her on Dec. 25 at his Aspen home.
Meanwhile, TMZ reports that Mueller Sheen left a Malibu rehab facility because of what they described as a "serious privacy breach."
Sources told TMZ that Mueller Sheen is no longer at The Canyon in Malibu, after a staffer sent a patient admissions document to various media, including TMZ.
The document was very specific about the circumstances surrounding her admission. TMZ declined to publish the document. Mueller Sheen has now moved to a new rehab facility in the Los Angeles area. "She wants privacy and to be away from cameras that were bothering her at the other place," a source told People magazine.
The source added, "She is doing well and can come and go and play with the kids in the park if she stays in Los Angeles. She wants to keep it together for her twins."