Trouble and Charlie Sheen have never been strangers, but now the star’s felony rap could cause major headaches for his TV bosses.
Sheen was charged last week with felony menacing and two lesser counts in connection with a Christmas incident in which Aspen, Colo., police said he assaulted and threatened his wife, Brooke Mueller. Sheen, out on bail, didn’t enter a plea and is due back for a court hearing March 15. If convicted, he could face three years behind bars.
What does that mean for CBS’ “Two and a Half Men,” the No. 1-rated sitcom that stars Sheen as a caddish lout? Well, probably nothing good.