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Charlie Sheen turns 45 years old today.

Sadly, that number does not also reflect the number of days this actor was forced to spend behind bars for his December 2009 confrontation with wife Brooke Mueller.

Despite numerous reports that said Sheen held a knife to Mueller's throat and threw her around like a rag doll, Sheen got off with a month in rehab... and a raise from CBS to remain a member of the Two and a Half Men cast!

Therefore, instead of asking readers to send in their birthday wishes, let's change it up: submit your best Sheen insult to THG today and don't hold back. Really let this loser have it!

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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.

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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?

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The Charlie Sheen saga is about to come to an end, and sources connected to the case say a plea deal is almost done that will ensure he does not do time.

How did he swing such a sweet arrangement when just a few months ago, he was looking at at least 30 days behind bars, then a work-release program?

Somewhere, Lindsay Lohan wishes she hired Yale Galanter.

Yale, Charlie's lawyer, is hammering out a deal with prosecutors in which two options are still on the table, but neither includes jail time or much probation.

The judicial system at its finest, ladies and gentlemen.

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SMOKE 'EM IF YOU GOT 'EM: Charlie will stay a free man.

It gets better for Sheen. He'll plead to a misdemeanor, not a felony, and we'll get our fill of Two and a Half Men quotes - his work schedule won't be effected!

Charlie is en route to Aspen, Colo., where the incident with Brooke Mueller occurred. He and Galanter will meet with prosecutors before going to court.

If they cannot strike a deal, both sides will ask for a trial date, and likely continue to work behind the scenes to agree on terms that prevent the trial.

One thing's for sure: Galanter, who also reps Mueller, has worked some serious wizardry to orchestrate such a deal for Charlie if this comes to fruition.

** UPDATE: It's confirmed that Sheen will only spend time in rehab and domestic violence counseling. What a crock.

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Brooke Mueller is headed back to rehab. Or, as her rep puts it: "Brooke [will be] receiving professional help in the area of stress management."

The goal is to ensure that Mueller does not succomb to the pressures of drinking again and we wish her the best of luck in this endeavor. We also hope she divorces Charlie Sheen and takes this trouble loser for everything he's worth.

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Along those lines, TMZ has uncovered 43 pages worth of documents that detail what will take place if Sheen and Mueller go down this path. It doesn't mean they have filed for divorce (yet), but it does mean the following has been agreed upon if they do...

  • Joint custody: Sheen will get the couple's kids on the first, third and fifth weekends of every month.
  • Child support: Mueller will receive $55,000/month. In a hilarious addendum, the contract reads: "Under no circumstances shall the child support paid by Charlie for Bob and Max be less than the child support paid by Charlie to Denise Richards for Sam and Lola."
  • Cash money: Brooke will receive a lump sum of $757,689.70 upon the divorce being finalized.
  • Home, expensive home: Sheen will keep the couple's primary residence as long as he buys Brooke out for $1 million.
  • Shhhh: Brooke cannot "disclose to any media sources personal information relating to Charlie's sexual affairs or alleged drug usage." 

The papers cite "irreconcilable differences" as the basis for the couple's split.

But that's only because there's no box Mueller can check off that reads "my husband is an abusive, cheating bastard who has somehow escaped the kind of public scrutiny reserved for Tiger Woods."

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Who would have thought that the strangest thing about Charlie Sheen's life would NOT involve drugs or prostitution... but car theft?!?

For the second time in four months, the actor has had his car stolen and driven off a cliff.

In February, authorities found Sheen's SUV off Mulholland Drive. He later admitted that he left the keys in the ignition and no suspects were ever apprehended for the crime.

Now, THE SAME THING HAS SOMEHOW HAPPENED AGAIN. According to a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department, Sheen once again left his keys inside his Mercedes, which was parked in his driveway... which is located inside a gated community.

Charlie Sheen: A moron, a scheming individual or both?

Police alerted the actor to the car's disappearance around 3 a.m. this morning. They then located it on the side of the road in Beverly Hills, less than a mile from where the original incident took place.

Sources say the cops are referring to this situation as "suspicious," while one officer told Us Weekly:

"The investigation is ongoing. It's impounded for [finger] printing."

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Charlie Sheen allegedly held a knife to the throat of his wife last year.

Yet it's the public that has so far been punished for this act.

We've been forced to continually hear about this star, including the hefty raise he received from CBS to resign with Two and a Half Men.

The drama was scheduled to end yesterday, as Sheen appeared in court and all reports indicated he has reached a plea deal that would send him to jail for 30 days - but the agreement "hit a snag," sources say, and Sheen's sentencing has been pushed back until July 12.

"The prosecution discovered that Sheen does not qualify for work release because he is not a local resident. He does qualify for useful public service, which has stricter rules, which Sheen nixed," said an insider.

As pictured, Sheen appeared court in sunglasses, a dark suit and tie.

When TMZ asked if he was content with the plea bargain, he said: "I guess. "As [happy] as I can be."

We have an idea for the prosecution: instead of any jail time, Sheen should be forced to watch reruns of his abysmal sitcom on an endless loop for a month. That will scare him straight.

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We have an update on Charlie Sheen's plea bargain case - and the punishment for his alleged abuse of Brooke Mueller late last year continues to get lighter and lighter.

On Monday, the actor is expected to submit his plea and his proposal to the judge. It will include a request for a work release program, which means Sheen would be free to leave jail between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Where will he go? TMZ reports the Two and a Half Men star will work at a professional theater in Aspen, serving as an acting coach, assisting with fundraisers and performing whatever tasks are asked of him.

He won't receive a salary, which should be rough on Sheen: he'll have to get by on the measly $2 million per episode CBS will pay him this fall. Poor, poor guy.

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According to multiple sources, there's no longer any question over whether or not Charlie Sheen will spend time in jail for his Christmas Day assault against wife Brooke Mueller.

The troubled actor is most definitely headed to the slammer. Sheen is prepared to agree to a plea bargain that will include approximately 30 days behind bars.

"Charlie intends to go to court on June 7 [to] plead to a misdemeanor and immediately begin serving his 30 days in jail," said an insider. "With good behavior, he could end up doing 15 or so days."

Let's all hope Charlie Sheen gets up close and personal with fellow inmates in a very different way this month.

Incredibly, Sheen had the option of avoiding prison and accepting probation - but he actually deemed probation too risky, which is basically a case of the star admitting that he can't remain out of trouble.

The actor will go to Aspen next Monday, enter a no-contest plea to third degree assault and have his felony menacing charge dropped.

In the end, for allegedly holding a knife to the throat of Mueller, Sheen will receive a pay raise from CBS and spend about two weeks in jail.

Ain't justice grand for celebrities?

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Charlie Sheen is preparing to plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge stemming from his Christmas assault on wife Brooke Mueller - but will he go to jail?

As part of a plea deal with the Colorado District Attorney's office, Charlie may be facing as many as 45 days in the slammer in Aspen's Pitkin County Jail.

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In exchange for Sheen's plea, a felony menacing charge will be dropped.

Sheen's next court appearance is set for June 7, where his plea deal can be entered and his trial in the case (currently set for July 21) therefor canceled.

As for what his punishment will be, sources connected with the case say the D.A. in Aspen and Charlie's lawyers have hammered out four scenarios ...

Charlie Sheen's assault on Brooke Mueller will result in a legal reprimand next week. But the actor is reportedly unsure which of the below scenarios he is willing to accept.

  1. Charlie pleads guilty to a misdemeanor and serve 30 days in jail. He enters the plea June 7 and immediately begins serving time. With good behavior, it could truncate to 17 days. After that stint, the case is closed. No probation.
  2. Charlie pleads guilty to a misdemeanor and receives no jail time, but is placed on two years probation. Sounds great, but if the star slips up, the judge could throw the book at him and he could be facing far more than 30 days in jail.
  3. Charlie receives "deferred prosecution," i.e. the case will not go forward but the Two and a Half Men star must agree to various conditions, like not breaking the law. After a certain period of compliance, the matter would be expunged.
  4. Go to trial. Sheen is reportedly upset at the Tito Ortiz case, in which the UFC star was not prosecuted, even after allegations similar to those made against Sheen. This would be a huge roll of the dice, because losing ensures jail time.

It's all in his hands at this point, so stay tuned.

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It's always nice to see an alleged wife beater, liar and drug user rewarded with millions of dollars, isn't it?

Following a series of contract negotiations, Charlie Sheen and CBS have reached a new deal that will keep the trouble actor on Two and a Half Men for at least two more seasons. Thank goodness, too. What would we have done without this incredibly lame sitcom otherwise?

Such a Winner

“To put a fitting end on the two and one-half months of whirlwind speculation, I’m looking forward to returning to my CBS home on Monday nights,” Sheen said in a statement.

The terms of the contract have not been disclosed, but rumors state Sheen may make as much as $1.3 million per episode.

As for the charges that he assaulted (soon-to-be-ex) wife Brooke Mueller in December, sources say a plea bargain is on the table that would have Sheen serving 45 days in Aspen's Pitkin County Jail.

There's just one hold-up, Us Weekly claims: The actor's lawyer has been asking local law enforcement to make an exception to the jail's no-smoking policy. We're not making that up.

Multiple insiders confirm the Aspen County District Attorney has offered Sheen a deal that would place him behind bars for six weeks. In exchange, prosecutors would drop the felony charge in return for a misdemeanor guilty plea.

However, Sheen's legal team wants to limit the amount of probation/parole so that if the stars gets in trouble again, he won't end up in jail for a lot longer.

Sorry, that should read WHEN the star gets in trouble again.

Charlie Sheen Biography

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Charlie Sheen Quotes

Sean Penn, Mel Gibson, Colin Farrell. They didn't give me any advice. Within that there's great advice. There's just love. Just seeing what's up.

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All these words just sound cool together. They come from my grand wizard master.

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