Charlie Sheen's comedy roast better not mention his ex Brook Mueller or she'll call her lawyer.
Brooke Mueller is setting some ground rules for her ex-husband Charlie Sheen's upcoming comedy roast this September. She has publically said that if she's mentioned at all by any of the comedians at the roast, she'll sue. Her name is "completely off-limits" during the roast. She's not messing around.
While to some it might seem like she's lacking a sense of humor, we can see where Mueller is coming from. Sheen is an unpredictable force and being connected to him can't be easy for her. Or anyone, really. Even in the couple's divorce settlement, Mueller made it clear that Sheen is to never publicly talk about her or her drug use.
Charlie is officially single again. We're pretty sure that means anyone married is "winning."
In what must be a joyous occasion for both, and perhaps a sad event for all tabloids, NYDailyNews.com reported that Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller have finalized their divorce. The divorce was made official Monday, six months after the initial divorce petition was filed. Looking back, the couple has behaved less than ideally. Charlie assaulted Brooke during a Christmas vacation in Aspen, Colorado in 2009.
Charlie Sheen attempts to gain custody of twin sons after ex Brooke Mueller misses a drug test.
When Charlie Sheen found out his ex Brooke Mueller, and mother of the couple’s twin sons Bob and Max, had missed a drug test last Friday, he headed to court in an attempt to gain custody of his kids. Mueller’s drug tests are a court-mandated part of the couple’s custody agreement, and now rumors are swirling that Mueller has fallen off the sobriety-wagon and refused the drug testing because she’s using again. Not helping her case is a surveillance video taken at a pawn shop in a sleazy, drug-heavy neighborhood in Los Angeles. In the video released by TMZ, Mueller tries unsuccessfully to pawn an expensive men’s watch and a stereo, allegedly to earn some quick cash to buy drugs.
After suspecting Brooke Mueller is back on drugs, Charlie made a move to get the twins back.
In dysfunctional family news, Charlie Sheen moved quickly to get a court hearing scheduled when he suspected his ex, Brooke Mueller, had relapsed and was back on drugs. The ex-Two and a Half Men star wants primary physical custody of their twins, Bob and Max.
Marriage issues, porn stars, legal troubles and crazy behavior have filled the actor's love life.
Charlie Sheen has recently reached a new level of bizarre in the relationship department. As 20/20 just revealed, he keeps two live-in girlfriends at home that he calls "the goddesses," who also help raise his twin boys, Bob and Max. Here, we take a look back at the notable women who have filled the actor's love life and provided plenty of tabloid fodder. It has been a crazy ride, to say the least, and all indications show that Charlie isn't slowing down anytime soon.
The actress is attempting to keep her ex-husband's drama from their two young daughters.
It's no secret that Charlie Sheen is a tangled mess of problems--which means pretty much everyone has their concerns. Sheen's ex-wife Denise Richards may have it worst of all, though. She has to deal with the Charlie train wreck while raising two daughters, both of whom are old enough to recognize their father's real issues and the very public airing of his indiscretions. Richards opened up about how she's handling it all.
According to a recent report, Mueller's mother says they're talking about it.
Between the drug allegations, assault charges, legal troubles and porn stars, we weren't all that surprised to hear that Charlie Sheen has been partying hard in the City of Sin. We were however shocked to hear that Sheen might be attempting to reconcile with his estranged wife Brooke Mueller--and that she's been rather receptive to the idea.
We had to ask: What is that girl thinking?
By filing for divorce first, Sheen beat wife Brooke Mueller to the punch.
Ok, no shocker here: After a domestic violence dispute, stints in rehab for both parties and most recently, a hooker-and-drug filled escapade, Charlie Sheen and his third wife, Brooke Mueller are finally ready to call it quits—officially. But what is sorta surprising is that Mueller wasn't the one to file the divorce papers.
The actor files for divorce from Brooke Mueller, amid reports that he's still out of control.
Hello cocaine and hookers, goodbye to any resemblance of a relationship. Things just keep getting worse for Charlie Sheen, 45. The Two and a Half Men star has now made his name famous with his October 26th stint that involved cocaine, a trashed Plaza Hotel room, a naked porn star named Capri Anderson and a brief hospitalization.
After pleading guilty to assaulting his wife, Charlie visits the Playboy Mansion.
Pleading guilty to assaulting your wife in court seems like it would be a sobering experience, but not for Charlie Sheen. Elated that he received a get-out-of-jail card, the actor told reporters that he was “going to Disneyland,” and he wasn’t lying. Days after appearing in court, Charlie made his way to the adult male’s version of Disneyland, the Playboy Mansion, where he posed for photos with a bevy of blonde beauties. And lthough there were reports that he was drinking, the rehab-bound actor was “totally sober,” claims pal Ron Jeremy. (Honestly, when a porn star has to defend your character, there is something wrong!)
In reality, the actor is going to rehab after pleading guilty to assault.
In news that is sure to make Lindsay Lohan wonder ‘How did he do that?’, Charlie Sheen pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault this week but will not serve any jail time. In exchange, the prosecutors have dropped the more serious, felony charges, and Charlie will only serve 30 days of probation, 30 days of rehab, and 36 hours of anger management classes.