The Two and a Half Men actor pleaded not guilty in an Aspen court March 15 —he will now face a three-day trial this summer
Charlie Sheen stood in front of an Aspen judge March 15 and pleaded not guilty to charges of felony menacing, misdemeanor third degree assault and misdemeanor criminal mischief stemming from his Christmas morning domestic dispute with wife Brooke Mueller.
The prosecution is not seeking jail time, but wants the Two and a Half Men star to plead guilty to felony, reports TMZ.
Charlie, 44, arrived at the Aspen courthouse Monday afternoon with his publicist and legal team, flashing peace signs to the cameras.
Charlie’s fate will be determined after his three-day trial, which starts July 21.
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