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Brooke Mueller: Fresh out of rehab, she faces felony charges

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Brooke Mueller and Aspen are continuing their rocky relationship: Charlie Sheen's ex and the mother of his twins has been charged with two felonies and a misdemeanor in connection with a December arrest in the Colorado ski town.

This as the 34-year-old earlier this week emerged, her rep said, from "an intensive three-month drug and alcohol treatment program."

Felony charges of cocaine possession and possession with intent to distribute — that's more than 4 grams — were filed the afternoon of Feb. 17, along with a misdemeanor charge of third-degree assault, according to the Aspen Times. The charging documents reference 11 witnesses to the night's events, the Times said.

Mueller, 34, was arrested in the wee hours Dec. 3 at the downtown Aspen nightclub Escobar on suspicion of assaulting another woman hours earlier at the nearby Belly Up Aspen bar. At least 4 grams of cocaine was found in her possession, police said at the time.

The last time Mueller was involved in a high-profile Aspen arrest, she was the victim, not the alleged perp. It was Christmas morning 2009, when she called 911 to report she was being attacked by her then-husband, Charlie Sheen.

[For the record, 8:05 p.m. Feb. 24: An earlier version of this post referred to Mueller as the father of Charlie Sheen's twins, rather than as their mother.]

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Photos: Brooke Mueller at Charlie Sheen's Comedy Central roast in September, left, and in her Aspen mug shot, right. Credits: Getty Images, left; Aspen Police Department, right.


Brooke Mueller, Charlie Sheen's ex-wife, is arrested in Aspen

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Brooke Mueller, Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife, was arrested over the weekend after allegedly assaulting a woman at an Aspen, Colo., bar on Saturday night. She also was found to be in possession of at least four grams of cocaine, police said.

Though the couple had a tumultuous relationship and Sheen has had his own troubles with Aspen police, the actor was nowhere near Mueller Saturday night; he had tweeted from Cartagena, Colombia, on Friday.

According to a source, Mueller, 34, was at the bar Belly Up when the alleged assault occurred. When notified of the incident, police tracked Mueller to another bar, Escobar, where a source said she arrived noticeably intoxicated just after midnight. When police arrested her, she reportedly yelled out, "I run this town!"

Mueller, a former real estate investor, was booked and released on $11,000 bail. She will appear in court on Dec. 19.

Sheen was arrested in Aspen on Christmas morning 2009 for allegedly beating Mueller, who was married to him at the time. She was the one to call 911, saying that Sheen was drunk.

Sheen and Mueller, who divorced in February of 2011, had a lengthy custody battle over their of 3-year-old twin sons. Sheen went to court in April to ask for full custody of the children after Mueller entered a rehab clinic for drug use. Both are required to pass drug tests as part of their custody agreement.

It was unclear who had custody of the sons at the time of Mueller's arrest.

For more on Mueller's arrest, go to LA Now.

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Photos: Left, Brooke Mueller at Charlie Sheen's Comedy Central roast in September. Credit: Getty Images. Right, Brooke Mueller's mug shot. Credit: Aspen Police Department.


Denise Richards not coveting Charlie Sheen's maybe-money

Denise Richards

Denise Richards doesn't seem to be in any rush to make any new bucks off Charlie Sheen.

Richards, who has two daughters with the former star of "Two and a Half Men" and in June adopted an infant daughter, Eloise, already receives $50,000 a month in child support from Sheen. Brooke Mueller, who also has two daughters with the actor, is having her similarly sized support money sent directly to her from his Warner Bros. paychecks, to guarantee its arrival each month.

However, with Sheen reportedly close to a $25-million payday from Warner Bros., TMZ managed to elicit a "Not my money" comment from Richards, who was out shopping when the camera lens was shoved in her direction.

And after Life & Style reported that Richards had almost accepted a $100,000 offer to appear as one of the exes in the Charlie Harper funeral scene on "Men," a source told E! News that she never would have taken such a gig. "Charlie would have gone ballistic," the source said. E! also confirmed that an offer had been made.

So much for the L&S "insider" who said it was a difficult "no" for Denise, as "she really wants to get back into TV." Though, actually, that person also mentioned that "Charlie would have gone crazy." Are we seeing a theme here?

About Charlie's pending Warner Bros.' bucks: The $25-million deal reported Tuesday by the Los Angeles Times would close the door on the dispute over his firing, removing the need for arbitration in his $100-million lawsuit against his former employer.

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Photo: Denise Richards with daughters Sam, left, and Lola at a benefit picnic for the Elisabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation in June. Credit: Alexandra Wyman / WireImage.com


Charlie Sheen's ex Brooke Mueller to get her child-support money straight from his Warner's paycheck

Charlie Sheen's wages to be garnished at Brooke Mueller's request

Charlie Sheen will see $55,000 a month knocked off checks he receives from Warner Bros. Television, now that a judge has ordered the studio to send the former "Two and a Half Men" star's child-support money directly to ex-wife Brooke Mueller.

Mueller's request to have Sheen's paychecks garnished was granted Friday by L.A. Superior Court Judge Hank Goldberg. The couple, whose divorce was finalized May 2, have twin boys together. Sheen pays child support to Mueller on behalf of the boys as well as to Denise Richards on behalf of their two daughters.

Sources told TMZ that Mueller had requested the change so she'd be protected if Sheen, who once earned about $1.8 million per "Men" episode and lived a lifestyle to match, were to run low on cash.

The actor, who went on tour with a live stage show after losing his sitcom job, could have another TV gig in the works, if Radar Online's report about an alleged bidding war with TBS in the lead holds true. That would be good good news for Sheen, whose Charlie Harper character appears headed toward a rather permanent death once "Two and a Half Men" comes back this fall.

One idea being floated: Charlie Harper dies when his car goes off a cliff. Sound familiar?

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Photo: Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller in 2008. Credit: Kevork Djansezian / Associated Press


Charlie Sheen dumped: Goddess did it by text message, he says

Charlie Sheen dumped, goddess did the deed by text message.

Charlie Sheen was dumped by "goddess" Rachel Oberlin via text message, he reportedly revealed during the question-and-answer portion of his Saturday show in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where he also explained why he won't be voting for Donald Trump for president.

Too bad, so sad, Charlie. He'd said on stage April 17 that Oberlin -- porn name Bree Olson -- had bailed on the "Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option" tour because she was homesick, or maybe, he hinted, because she wanted to have sex with people who were not Mr. Sheen. The adult-film actress, 24, at first denied breaking up with Sheen, again, but was reportedly back with her folks in Indiana as of Saturday, the New York Post said. Looks as if her mom might worry a little bit less now.

Sheen, whose family court date last Tuesday made him an hour late to his show in Washington, D.C., will send his lawyers into action again this Tuesday to pick up where they left off on that other little matter: his $100-million lawsuit against his former "Two and a Half Men" employers, and whether that will be settled in arbitration or in the court system.

By the way, the police escort that allowed Sheen's ride to barrel along at 80 mph from the airport to the show in D.C. last week? It's being investigated. A police commander didn't know officers had escorted Sheen, according to a D.C. police email obtained Monday by the Associated Press. Several policies appear to have been broken, Police Chief Cathy Lanier told the AP.

And about Trump? Calling it reason enough not to vote for him, Sheen told the Florida audience that to cheer up the actor a while back at "The Celebrity Apprentice" boss' Mar-a-Lago club, the Donald gave him a pair of fake Harry Winston cuff links. The warlock added that he didn't realize the baubles were CZs and tin, rather than diamonds and platinum, until he had them appraised during divorce negotiations with Brooke Mueller.

Hmm. We might not vote for a guy who actually believed Donald Trump had handed him a pair of $100,000 cuff links as a turn-that-frown-upside-down gift. And then needed an appraiser to tell him those weren't diamonds set in platinum.

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Photo: Rachel Oberlin, left, onstage with Charlie Sheen and Natalie Kenley at Radio City Music Hall in New York on April 8. Credit: Charles Sykes / Associated Press


Denise Richards says Charlie Sheen using her in his show is 'hurtful'

 

Denise Richards continues to be the one center that can hold in the drama that is Charlie Sheen's life. But the "winning" lifestyle her ex has chosen seems to be wearing even on her at this point.

"It's very sad to see him on this path," she said Thursday night on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live." "I've heard he's chosen to use me in part of his tour and that's hurtful, but that's his choice. If he feels the need ... he can do what he wants in his show."

Charlie Sheen on tour with goddesses Rachel Oberlin and Natalie Kenly "I just think there's places you shouldn't go," said Richards, who admits she hasn't seen the show but has heard "bits and pieces" about it. "But he chooses to." Richards and Sheen had an ugly divorce and custody battle that took years to finalize.

The former "Two and a Half Men" star's "Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option" tour wraps up early next month. Sheen went on the road after being fired from TV's most popular sitcom, which made him the highest-paid actor on the small screen.

"We're not in the best place right now, to be honest with you, but I do still communicate with him," she said.

Richards confirmed that she had offered, if needed, to take care of the twin sons of Sheen and estranged wife Brooke Mueller while her ex was on tour and Mueller was dealing with outpatient rehab. The offer wasn't accepted -- "Brooke would never let that happen," a source told E! News -- though Richards said she's put it out there several times in recent years. Despite Sheen's trip to court Tuesday to ask for full custody, the boys remain in the care of Mueller's family.

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Charlie Sheen, Brooke Mueller head to court, then he heads for Washington, D.C.

Brooke Mueller leaves family court Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller were in a Los Angeles courtroom Tuesday morning for a child custody hearing, while across town in Santa Monica, Sheen lawyer's made their argument that the actor's $100-million lawsuit against his former "Two and a Half Men" employers should be handled in the court system instead of through arbitration.

Sheen went to court seeking full custody of their 2-year-old twin sons after Mueller last week refused a drug test required as part of their custody deal. The actor is also submitting to regular testing while he's while on the road with his "Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option" one-man show.

While no decision was immediately made public, and attorneys for both sides declined to provide details of the proceeding, TMZ reported that no changes had been made to the couple's existing custody agreement.

Sheen had arrived in downtown L.A. on Tuesday with remaining "goddess" Natalie Kenly, who sat on a bench outside the courtroom during the hearing. The proceeding was closed at the request of Mueller's attorney, who argued that privacy was "in the best interest of the children" because of "questions of abuse and other inflammatory and emotional issues." As the public filed out, Sheen reportedly fist-bumped a reporter who'd been in the audience.

After the hearing, Sheen headed for Van Nuys Airport to catch a private flight to Washington, D.C., where he has an 8 p.m. EDT curtain call. He'll be cutting it close, TMZ said, after he and Kenly boarded the plane about 11:20 a.m.

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Reports: Brooke Mueller back to rehab, Charlie Sheen wants custody of twins

Brooke Mueller and Charlie Sheen Just weeks ago, Brooke Mueller and Charlie Sheen's twin sons were being taken from Dad and shuttled off to Mom because Dad was acting just a little nutty. Now the tables may be turned, with Mueller reportedly back in rehab after refusing a drug test and Sheen possibly heading to court to seek custody.

Lawyers for Sheen, who pays Mueller $55,000 a month in child support, gave a heads-up Monday to Team Brooke that the former "Two and a Half Men" star would be in court Tuesday to ask for full custody, TMZ said. The site reported Sunday that Mueller had gone back to rehab as a preemptive strike in her bid to keep the kids.

Mueller and Sheen are both required to pass drug tests as part of their recently renegotiated custody agreement, and a refusal counts as a failure. He filed for divorce in February.

On Thursday, Mueller was reportedly calling around for a clean urine sample, Radar Online said, and on Friday she refused to be tested, according to TMZ. She was also seen on security video Thursday at an Inglewood pawn shop, where she unsuccessfully attempted to hock a couple of big-ticket items, an employee of the shop told TMZ.

A source close to Mueller told Radar that she won't give up the boys without a fight, because with Sheen on the road with his "My Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour, "The last place the twins should be is in a different hotel rooms every night." Charlie's final tour date is May 3, a little more than two weeks away. 

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Charlie Sheen loses sons, gains Twitter following; manic media blitz continues

Charlie Sheen "20/20" interview

Brooke Mueller The Charlie Sheen tornado keeps swirling, with the actor picking up even more camera time since his "20/20" interview was taped and then losing access to his twin sons with Brooke Mueller courtesy of a temporary restraining order granted Tuesday.

The children were collected from Sheen's home by a Mueller representative Tuesday night, L.A. Now reports, with the newly Twitter-enabled actor saying at the time that his sons were fine. However, the actor said Wednesday on "Today" that "at this moment on live television, I do not know where my children are, but I'm not panicking."

Sheen allegedly threatened Sunday to "cut your [Mueller's] head off, put it in a box and send it to your mom," Mueller said in court documents filed Tuesday, requesting that her future ex-husband stay away from her and their sons, Bob and Max. A temporary order was granted until a March 22 hearing, and the boys were removed from Sheen's house overnight. (Click to view the restraining order documents.)

In Sheen's "20/20" interview (see the first part, immediately below), he introduced "goddesses" Natalie Kenly and Rachel Oberlin, a.k.a. Bree Olson — live-in girlfriends of the 24-year-old nanny and porn-star varieties — and the women talked about being there for the boys.

Sheen explained how the household functioned:

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Charlie Sheen out of the hospital, recovering from laughing too hard?

Charlie Sheen home from the hospital Charlie Sheen left the hospital Thursday night and plans to be back at work on "Two and a Half Men" on Tuesday, his publicist said Friday.

Sheen slipped out around 10 p.m., according to "Extra," which also cited a friend who said Sheen's abdominal pain was from a hernia that worsened when he was laughing too hard at the TV.

While watching his own show, perhaps? Not if you listen to a TMZ source who said Sheen was in his theater room offering his expert critiques of porn for hours before a 911 call was made -- reportedly by neighbor Dr. Paul Nassif, husband of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Adrienne Malouf-Nassif.

(Nassif is the plastic surgeon who got involved after a drunken man allegedly got into it with "Housewives" Lisa Vanderpump and friends at the Polo Lounge on Christmas Eve.)

Porn actress Kacey Jordan gave TMZ a video interview alleging heavy drinking, a drug delivery, drug use and an epic porn collection. She said she eventually left the house because "I couldn't keep up" with the party.

Sheen has denied drugs were involved.

Sources close to the show told the Hollywood Reporter earlier this week that Warner Bros. Television execs are looking for an opportunity to send their $2-million-an-episode star to rehab.

"They are all afraid Charlie will end up dead," a talent rep told THR. "It is literally day by day."

Sound familiar? Back in November, Sheen's manager denied the actor had any plans to die after an alleged hookers-and-blow binge, and said he'd busted in on the bad boy while Sheen was eating a turkey sandwich and asking for the next "Men" script.

In late October, Sheen had what his camp called an "adverse allegic reaction" to prescription medication after being spotted quaffing wine with porn actresses at dinner in New York. He was hospitalized for a psych evaluation after his Plaza Hotel room was trashed and porn actress Capri Anderson called for help from his bathroom.

Sheen is the highest-paid actor on television, and "Two and an Half Men" is consistently among the highest-rated shows. Sheen has two daughters with ex-wife Denise Richards, and twin boys with estranged wife Brooke Mueller, the other party in a Christmas 2009 domestic violence incident that landed the actor in an Aspen, Colo., jail.

Though Richards was spotted at the hospital, Mueller wasn't. "I'm not going to the hospital," she told X17Online on Thursday. "Charlie's doing good."

Sheen filed for divorce from Mueller on Nov. 1. He made an unsteady, vulgar, surprise appearance at a taping of "Drew Carey's Improv-a-ganza" in Las Vegas earlier this month.

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Photo:  Charlie Sheen at the 59th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 16, 2007. Credit: Kevork Djansezian / Associated Press

 

 


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