This is the dramatic 911 call made on Christmas morning by Brooke Mueller that led to the arrest of her husband Charlie Sheen on domestic abuse charges.
“My husband had me with a knife and I’m scared for my life and he threatened me,” Mueller tells the 911 operator. Sounding distraught and traumatized, Muller says that it's a "domestic abuse" incident and “I gotta file this report."
Brooke describes the knife as a “switchblade” and says that Sheen “has it in his back pocket.”
She tells the operator that her husband is in a back room packing and that she's in the kitchen. She then goes on to say that "he is trying to sneak out the back right now". But then says that he is still in the house.
The call provides even more fuel to the inferno of controversy surrounding Sheen’s marriage and what really happened on Christmas. Sheen’s reps have tried to downplay the incident and sources told RadarOnline.com they asked Mueller to recant and that money had been discussed.
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But the 911 call leaves little doubt that the couple’s relationship exploded and in one particularly dramatic moment Mueller, apparently crying, can be heard telling someone in the background, “No, he’s got me scared.”
Both Sheen and Mueller were drinking before the incident which led to Sheen being charged with two felonies and one misdemeanor. RadarOnline.com reported exclusively that Sheen and Mueller both had sober minders with them when they started boozing.
Mueller also tells the operator that she has family in the house.
Sheen remains free after posting $8,500 bail, but he has been ordered to appear in court in February, 2010.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported Sheen will likely not be formally charged until closer to his scheduled court date. He faces up to eight years in jail if convicted.