Last week, Charlie Sheen was sentenced to 30 days in rehab for his infamous Christmas Day fight with Brooke Mueller. But it's clear this actor belongs behind bars.
According to a newly-released police report, the December 2009 attack - in which Sheen allegedly held a knife to his wife's throat - wasn't the first time these two got into it physically. Both Sheen and Mueller confirmed to officers on the scene that day that Brooke had suffered head trauma during an incident a couple months earlier.
The two sides disagree on whether that injury was inflicted intentionally, however.
Wrote Officer Rick Magnuson: "I asked [Sheen] if he ever harmed Mueller in the past. [Sheen] stated that approximately two months ago, in California, Mueller accused him of sleeping with prostitutes. [Sheen] stated that he denied this allegation, which escalated into a 'huge fight.' He added that when Mueller attempted to leave the argument, he grabbed her by the wrist, causing her to fall to the ground."
The Two and a Half Men star acknowledges Mueller sought medical treatment at the time, but claims he was acting to simply restrain his wife when the accident occurred.
But Brooke told a different story.
When Magnuson questioned Mueller about the fall 2009 fight, she got "upset," he wrote in his report, adding that neither side contacted authorities to report this altercation. "She was very adamant that [Sheen] intentionally hurt her by throwing her to the ground, like a 'rag doll.'”
What does the band Train have to do with any of this?According to Sheen, it was the popular single "Drops of Jupiter" that contributed to the Christmas Day fracas.
He told police at his home that he and his daughter "share an affinity for both astronomy" and the Train song. Mueller took exception to this, allegedly, growing irate and jealous and asking why Charlie has a tune he shared with his daughter, but not one with her.
Now, with the couple living apart and divorce likely imminent, the questions remain:
Did the wind sweep them off their feet? Did they finally get the chance to dance along the light of day and head back toward the Milky Way?
And do they miss each other while looking for themselves out there?