They can remove the children from her custody if they believe that she poses a threat to them (in this case, the 'threat' would be that she allows you to be around them). She would then have the right to ask a court to review that decision. The court would have to decide whether the circumstances justified the removal. This is a highly fact-specific decision. Much depends on how she - and, by extension, you - presents herself. She should consult with an attorney in private.
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