Brooke Mueller's Ex-Assistant Says He Was Her 'Drug Mule'

By McCarton Ackerman 08/21/14

Lior Masaphor has claimed that the socialite and former wife of Charlie Sheen was "literally wasted" most of the time.

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The former assistant to socialite and occasional actress Brooke Mueller has filed a lawsuit against her, claiming that she made him act as a “drug mule” to fuel her multiple addictions.

Lior Masaphor is only suing for unpaid wages during his time working for her from December 2012 to March 2013, but claims in court documents that he watched her twin boys while she got “so high as to be literally wasted.” He also claims that her young children were in the room while she engaged in sex acts with other people. Mueller, the ex-wife of Charlie Sheen, has not commented on the lawsuit.

Unfortunately, Mueller’s history of drug abuse is well-documented. She made her 20th trip to rehab last summer to address an ongoing addiction to prescription drugs. Last September, Radar Online posted a video of what appeared to be the socialite smoking crack cocaine. The video came on the heels of her losing temporary custody of her twin boys last May, whom she had with Sheen, and a very public custody battle between the two that included the actor calling her a “whore” on Twitter.

In the video, Mueller appeared in a bathrobe, disoriented, and smoking what looked to be crack cocaine out of a glass pipe. As she bargains for crystal meth in the video, she asks someone off-camera, "Where is the crystal? I am giving you $1500." A source who claimed to be present during the video said this was “just another crazy night of her getting high. I know that she is aware that if she doesn't stop doing drugs, she is going to lose her kids [for good]...hopefully she can stop."

However, Mueller was photographed earlier this week with her children and appeared to be happy and sober, at least for now.

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McCarton Ackerman is a freelance writer and editor living in Portland, Oregon. He has been a contributor for The Fix since October 2011, writing on a wide range of topics ranging from medical marijuana in Colorado to the world's sexiest drug smugglers. Follow him on Linkedin and Twitter.