Brooke Mueller's probation has been terminated.
The actress' year of supervised probation - imposed after she caught with less than four grams of cocaine while in Aspen, Colorado, last year - was ended on January 3, after just seven months.
According to TMZ.com, Brooke's lawyer, Yale Galanter, had met with prosecutor Arnie Mordkin in Aspen, and they agreed to end Brooke's probation.
Prosecutor Arnie and the judge reportedly felt Brooke had obeyed all laws, which she was required to do, and was conducting herself in a responsible manner, so they decided to be lenient with her.
As part of her probation, Brooke was prohibited from drinking any alcohol and had to submit to random urinalysis. If she had violated any of the terms of her sentence, she could have been sent to jail.
Since her prosecution, Brooke - who has three year old twins Bob and Max with ex-husband Charlie Sheen - left rehab for the 19th time after just six days on December 16 and is said to have been doing well since. She was planning to spend Christmas with her children, and sources say she is currently doing well.