Do you think it’s a good idea for Charlie and Brooke to get a divorce? Will they be happier apart?
Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller are reportedly “miserable” — and, according to Radar Online, they could be ending their almost two-year marriage? The couple has been on a public roller coaster since their Christmas morning blow-up in Aspen, Colo., Dec. 25. Charlie allegedly attacked Brooke and as a result he was charged with second degree assault and menacing. Since Christmas the two have both entered rehab — Brooke, 32, left two different rehab facilities, The Canyon and Two Dreams Outer banks. She’s now being monitored at her home.
“Brooke wants out,” a source tells RadarOnline. “She’s said it before and she’s saying it again right now … She’s worried though, because Charlie has a lot of dirt on her. Using drugs while raising children is obviously a horrible situation.”
Brooke is reportedly being treated for substance abuse, and Charlie, 44, is also in rehab. He checked into an undisclosed rehab facility around midnight Feb. 23. “As a preventative measure, Charlie Sheen has entered a rehabilitation facility,” said Charlie’s rep Stan Rosenfield. According to sources close to Charlie — he didn’t want to go to rehab. “Charlie didn’t want to go,” a source confessed to Radaronline.
“The marriage is a nightmare,” a source tells RadarOnline. “But each one is worried about ways the other one can hurt them. For Charlie, he’s terrified Brooke can help Colorado prosecutors send him to jail. For Brooke, she knows Charlie knows all the dirt about her drug and alcohol use.”
Reportedly, Charlie became worried after the Department of Children and Family Services visited his home to check on their 9-month-old twin boys Bob and Max. Charlie is the highest-paid actor on TV — he received $800,000 per each episode of Two and a Half Men. Taping of the hit series has yet to be resumed.
“She can’t take it anymore,” a source told RadarOnline. “Remember, the Christmas Day incident that ended with Charlie’s arrest … things didn’t get magically better after that.”