Charlie Sheen Plea Deal Combines Jail Time and Acting Lessons

Charlie Sheen will be spending a month splitting his time between jail at night and giving acting lessons during the day as part of a plea bargain with the Colorado District Court. Sheen was charged with felony second-degree assault, felony menacing and criminal mischief related to a Christmas day attack on his wife, Brooke Mueller.

Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men' (CBS)
Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men' (CBS)

As part of a plea deal with prosecutors, Charlie Sheen will perform community service by giving acting lessons at a community theater in Aspen. Sheen will also assist with fundraising and promotional events for the theater.

The Two and a Half Men star will also serve at least 17 days in jail, spending nights in lock up and days at the theater. Sheen will also be sentenced to a three month probation period.

Sheen will plead guilty to misdemeanor assault in exchange for prosecutors dropping the other charges against him.

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One thought on “Charlie Sheen Plea Deal Combines Jail Time and Acting Lessons”

  1. i feel it is really screwed up an actor only gets slapped on the hand for domestic violence (beating up his wife) and gets slapped on the hand like he took a piece of candy. While a common person committing the same charge will get a minimum of 2 years probation dvpp (domestic violence perpentators program) and fined out the ying yang. But a celebrity wether actor or sports player gets nothing. When will the people of the USA stand up and not stand for the unfair punishment? And we wonder whats wrong with this country. Look at what we do to promote this garbage

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