No jail today: Charlie Sheen's plea deal hits 'a snag' -- so let's do this all again in July, OK?
The best-laid plans of Hollywood sitcom stars and highly paid lawyers and alleged victims actually can go astray, it seems -- Charlie Sheen's tentative plea deal in his domestic-violence case "hit a snag" today, the prosecutor in the case said after the Monday hearing.
An E! News source "familiar with the proceedings" said the glitch came as "a big surprise" to those involved.
In more important news, we now have the answer to our "What's under the ski hat?" question from earlier today. The truth, while not anywhere near as interesting as the speculation in our nonscientific online poll, can be seen above.
Drum roll, please -- yes, it's a short haircut.
-- Christie D'Zurilla
Photo: Charlie Sheen, right, leaves the Pitkin County Courthouse with his attorney Richard Cummins in Aspen, Colo., on June 7, 2010. Sheen's hearing was continued until July 12. Credit: Ed Andrieski / Associated Press
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