Charlie Sheen Will Choose His Own Fate
The Two and Half Men star may end up in jail if he’s not careful.
Multiple sources connected with the case of Charlie Sheen’s domestic abuse with wife, Brooke Mueller, have told TMZ that the D.A. in Aspen has hammered out a deal with his lawyers.
Charlie has four options to choose from:
OPTION 1: Charlie pleads guilty to a misdemeanor and serves 30 days in Aspen jail. He could enter the plea as early as June 7 in Aspen and would then immediately begin serving his time. With good behavior, that time could be cut to 17 days. After he serves his sentence, the case would be over and he would not be placed on probation.
OPTION 2: Charlie pleads guilty to a misdemeanor and receive no jail time, but would be placed on two years probation. If he slips during this time he could end up in jail for much longer.
OPTION 3: Charlie receives a “deferred prosecution” — meaning the case would not go forward but Charlie would agree to various conditions — including not breaking the law. After a certain period of time — if Charlie complies with the conditions — the matter would be expunged from his record.
OPTION 4: Charlie goes to trial and fights.
It’s all up to the actor. Which option do you think he should take? (TMZ)