The cost of freedom for Charlie Sheen is $1 million!
That’s the amount of money the actor will increase wife Brooke Mueller’s prenuptial agreement if he stays out of prison and they remain married, sources close to the situation tell RadarOnline.com exclusively.
Muelller has told pals that Team Sheen offered her the money in the wake of the actor’s Christmas arrest on domestic violence charges.
Now Mueller has hired attorney Yale Galanter, who told RadarOnline.com that his client wants to work on “resolving the conflicts” in their marriage.
And RadarOnline.com has discovered she has a million reasons to do so!
Sources close to Mueller say she was told by people close to Sheen that if he goes to prison, there will be no money for her and no child support money. But Mueller also knows if she recants her allegations she could be charged with filing a false police report.
So, caught in a difficult situation, Mueller has hired Galanter to make sure she doesn’t get squeezed by the police while yielding to the pressure from Sheen’s people.
But, her friends tell RadarOnline.com that Mueller still wants a divorce but doesn’t want to be left broke. She has a prenuptial agreement that is not generous, according to multiple sources.
The Christmas altercation started after Mueller and Sheen were up all night partying and she told him she wanted a divorce, as first reported by RadarOnline.com.
Now, sources tell RadarOnline.com exclusively, she’s decided to go for more money by keeping Charlie out of jail without incriminating herself. But her close friends also say, once the legal situation is resolved and the money paid, the divorce is guaranteed.
Mueller has already met with a divorce attorney.