The Charlie Sheen & Brooke Mueller Christmas Sage: Domestic Violence, Divorce, & Lies

Dec 28th, 2009

Bear with me as I try to relay all of this crazy information over to you guys. From rumors of Charlie Sheen choking out his wife, Brooke Mueller to her reportedly drunk lying to the cops about it...I'm confused myself. But here goes nothing. Looks like Denise Richards had herself a Merry Christmas.

First things first. On Friday morning, Charlie Sheen apparently went nutso and was arrested in Aspen, Colorado for going all Chris Brown on his wife, Brooke. He was booked for second-degree assault, menacing and criminal mischief.

But then of course his rep got right to work and said:

"Do not be mislead by appearance. Appearance and reality can be as different as night and day. It would benefit everyone not to jump to any conclusion."

Home boy was left to rot in jail on St. Nick's day until his court appearance. No bail, yo.

So what really happened? The rumor mill certainly started to churn. It was reported that he choked his wife out. She called the police immediately where...you obviously know what happened from there. Brooke was apparently in CO to get away from Charlie who followed her there and then the choke out began. And Charlie didn't spend mucho time in the slammer as he was released Friday night after posting his $8,500 bond. Chump change.

Well, kiddies. Then some more stuff was reported. The plot thickens. Seems wifey was a weeeee bit drunk when she called the cops. And Brooke all of a sudden changed her story. Mueller reportedly confessed that the domestic abuse claim was a life because she was adrunk as a skunk when she claimed it. To make matters worse, police tested both their BACs when they got to the scene. Sheen blew .04. Wifey? .13, twice the legal limit...at 8:43 am. Drunk? Signs point to yes.

Sheen allegedly told the police he was "trying to defend himself" against his wife and that she provoked the entire situation.

To sum it up, Brooke is refusing to chat with police now.

"It is not uncommon where a victim in the throes of an event says some things and thereafter the story seems to change," Chief Deputy D.A. Arnold Mordkin told reporters on Saturday. (source)


I'm tired.

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