Charlie Sheen Strikes Deal on Domestic Violence Case
Charlie Sheen has reportedly reached a deal on his domestic violence case that would require the “Two and a Half Men” star to serve only a short-time in jail. Multiple reports claim that Sheen would agree to plead guilty to the lesser offense of third-degree assault, a charge that may merit a 30-day sentence for Sheen.
Sheen pleaded not guilty to the charges of menacing, criminal mischief, and assault after he was arrested on Christmas Day over allegations that he attacked his wife, Brooke Mueller, with a knife during an altercation at their Aspen home.
Mueller’s attorney, Yale Galanter, said a deal has already been reached, adding that Sheen’s wife is “totally satisfied with the deal.” Galanter refused to give further details, saying that the deal has yet to get the judge’s approval.”
Sheen, who underwent alcohol rehab a couple of months ago, is expected to hear the disposition of his case on Monday.