Charlie Sheen will not have to wait until Monday’s hearing in Colorado to be criminally charged in connection with the Christmas Day incident with his wife, Brooke Mueller.
The actor is expected to be charged with felony menacing either Friday or early Monday morning. He will also be charged with a misdemeanor for the incident during which he allegedly threatened to kill Mueller.
“[Arnold, Chief Deputy District Attorney] Mordkin has previously told Sheen that he could be charged with felony menacing, felony assault and misdemeanor criminal mischief,” a Colorado court insider confirmed to RadarOnline.com. “The fact that the arraignment is happening at the District Court is an indication that at least one felony charge will be placed against him – misdemeanors are handled in County Court.”
According to the source, Mordkin has yet to specify the charge. Another source, who is part of the local law enforcement, told RadarOnline.com that Sheen will be charged with felony menacing and a misdemeanor.
The couple are both expected to attend the Monday hearing in Colorado. Lawyers on both sides are expected to also make their case to relax the protective order that prohibits any contact between the couple.