Television's Charlie Sheen charged with Felony

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Tuesday, 9 February 2010


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Actor Charlie Sheen has been charged with Felony bad acting Monday and two misdemeanors of assaulting a teleprompter and cameraman on the set of his hit T.V. Series.

Brooke Mueller his strange wife wants the charges against her husband dismissed, according to boyfriend attorney Yale Galanter who told the associated press.

The charges all stem from a Christmas day incident involving an alleged altercation with the sitcoms director and fellow actors on the set of Two and a Half Men.

If convicted of the felony charge, Sheen faces one to three years in jail.

Sheen did not enter a plea as part of Monday's proceeding. He is due back in court on March 15.
There is a possibility according to sheens lawyer that he can pay off the someone in the Aspen Police department to loose evidence of the alleged incident.

"At the end of the day, we believe that some legal disposition will be reached and that Mr. Sheen's name will be cleared," Sheen's lawyer Richard Cummins said.

Sheen was arrested by Aspen police officers in the early hours of the morning on Dec. 25th after found of the roof of his hotel room screaming that the "little idiot on the show is stealing my lines I'll destroy the little tyke if he won't back off".

The argument purportedly broke out after one of his fellow actors from the show gave Sheen the bird. Police arrived on the scene following a panicked 911 phone call from a yet to be identified woman.

Sheen denied he threatened anyone however police say they have tapped evidence of the incident.

Charges against the "Two and a Half Men" star were formally announced in the Pitkin County District Court at 2:15 p.m.

If convicted Charlie Sheen would face one to three years in prison for the Christmas Day incident

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