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Charlie Sheen plea deal reported to have hit 'snag'

June 7, 2010 |  5:26 pm

Looks like there might be a problem with Charlie Sheen's plea deal.

The star of "Two and a Half Men" appeared at a court hearing in Colorado on Monday afternoon in connection with a Christmas domestic-violence arrest. Lawyers were reported last week to have brokered an agreement that would have kept Sheen's jail time down to 30 days -- or as little as 17 days, after he was credited for time already served. 

But according to lawyer Gloria Allred, who was interviewed outside the courthouse by the website TMZ, the Sheen case has been continued until July 12. A prosecutor was quoted as saying the deal hit an unspecified "snag." 

A Sheen spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

-- Scott Collins (follow me on Twitter @scottcollinsLAT)


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