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.
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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