Brooke Mueller on Charlie Sheen: What a Survivor!

by at . Comments

Sadly, it will take more than an alleged beating and the cocaine-fueled destruction of a hotel room for Brooke Mueller to stop believing in Charlie Sheen.

Asked by Extra about the latest drunken escapade of her husband, Mueller said: "Charlie is a Survivor. He knows how to handle himself."

Charlie Sheen and Cloris Leachman

If Brooke means Sheen has literally survived through today, we cannot argue with that point.

Like Sheen, who blamed the media for making a big deal out of nothing this week, Mueller seemed to downplay the incident at the Plaza hotel early Tuesday morning, saying:

"You know how things get blown out of proportion."

Do you have any advice for Mueller, THG readers?

 

Tags: ,
Like Us On Facebook

More From The Hollywood Gossip

Charlie-sheen-red-carpet-pic

Charlie Sheen: 15 Facts You Never Knew About the Rock Star From Mars

Charlie Sheen has experienced some serious weirdness in his life. Here are some of the weirder facts about his past.
Katherine-heigl-smoking

23 Celebrity Smokers Who Might Really Surprise You (and Lindsay Lohan, Too)

This list of celebrity smokers contains some stars you would never think would partake in such an activity.
Charlie-sheen-drunk-at-taco-bell

Charlie Sheen: Drunk Taco Bell Run Caught on Tape! Watch the Hilarious Video Now!

Charlie Sheen hit a Taco Bell while drunk last night. Fortunately, the moment was caught on camera.
Lorde-singer

67 Celebrities Whose Real Names Will Shock You

Oh to be rich and famous and able to go by a psuedonym. Here are 67 celebrities who don't use their real names.

Avatar

Brooke remains one of **Charlie's Angels.

Avatar

Are they still married or not? Here it says husband but I read elsewhere ex-husband. If still married, she's not the least bit upset he hired an escort for the night? He beat on her, she's got issues yet she's feeling bad for him. OK.

Avatar

Ain't too many things worst than walking around in complete denial of a "loved one's" behavior,and your own acceptance of that behavior as normal.