It’s not easy being a member of Team Sheen!
Despite his immense talent, the actor is a magnet to trouble and routinely turns to his handlers to bail him out. In today’s installment, Charlie Sheen had his manager Mark Burg and Brooke’s lawyer Yale Galanter deny that he and Brooke have agreed to divorce.
But as RadarOnline.com reported earlier Monday, the divorce is definite. In fact, Brooke has moved out of the family home and has no plans to return.
Yet in a joint statement Burg and Galanter wrote: “They are not seeking a divorce nor has one been contemplated.”
What Burg didn’t know, however, is that Sheen took his new female pal, Angelina Tracy, to Burg’s guesthouse for some quality time! Burg also didn’t know that Sheen and Brooke partied there right before Brooke went into rehab.
As for Galanter, he’s the one who infamously said that the Christmas incident that led to Charlie’s arrest was just one bad night!
That bad night was followed by the bad day where Charlie was photographed with his new sexy model friend, while he was wearing a fake moustache as disguise! It was also followed by the one bad night where Brooke found out he was cheating and packed up their twin boys and moved out.
Now, RadarOnline.com has learned that not only is the divorce ON and the financial settlement beyond the prenuptial agreement ready to be formalized, but all parties hope to keep this under wraps until Sheen’s criminal trial in Colorado is over and his negotiations for a new contract on Two and a Half Men are complete.
A source very close to Brooke told RadarOnline.com: “She wanted more money but she’s happy with what she can get. She’s moved out and will never move back in. They’ve both been miserable in the marriage almost since the start. But they need to spin things right now because of the trial and the TV show.
“The reality is there for everyone to see. Both Charlie and Brooke relapsed. Both went back to rehab. Charlie was caught with another woman. Brooke moved out.
“And she’s told everyone close to her the marriage is definitely over and they’ve agreed it’s over.”
Galanter, by the way, achieved infamy for denying media reports that his then-client O.J. Simpson was writing a book about how he “could” have committed the murders of his ex wife and her friend. He made numerous talk show appearances denying the existence of the book only to proven completely wrong weeks later when O.J. confirmed it.