Although Charlie was charged on three separate accounts, he has of yet to enter a plea.
The wait is over for Charlie Sheen. Aspen courts charged the actor today, Feb. 8, with felony menacing and two misdemeanors, 3rd degree assault and criminal mischief, as a result of his Christmas morning domestic dispute with wife, Brooke Mueller.
Despite reports prior to the court appearance, the Two and Half Men actor did not enter a plea bargain and faces up to three years in state prison if he is found guilty during the March trial.
Not everything went badly for Charlie in court, though. The judge agreed to lift the protective order that forbade Charlie, 44, and Brooke, 32, to communicate with each other, as long as Charlie does not own or possess any weapons or drink any alcohol.
The couple reportedly plans to return to their Los Angeles home together and will jointly care for their 9-month-old twin boys, Max and Bob.
Read more on Brooke and Charlie:
- Brooke Mueller Checked Into This Luxurious Rehab!
- EXCLUSIVE: Brooke Mueller & Charlie Sheen’s Christmas Fight Triggered by Brooke’s Substance Abuse Relapse
- Charlie Sheen & Brooke Mueller: We Want Everything To Go Back To Normal!