RadarOnline.com has obtained an affidavit from Officer Rick Magnuson, one of the Aspen CO cops that responded to Brooke Mueller's tearful 911 call Christmas morning.
Shockingly, in the sworn statement Magnuson says that Mueller told authorities that her husband, Charlie Sheen had done this to her before.
Mueller also corroborated RadarOnline.com’s exclusive story that they were arguing over her saying she wanted a divorce, and according to Mueller Sheen grabbed her by the throat while straddling her on the bed and then pulled out a knife before holding it to her throat and threatening, “You better be in fear. If you tell anybody, I’ll kill you.”
Mueller said that Sheen told her that her mom’s money meant nothing and that he had ex-police he could hire who “know how to get the job done and they won’t leave any trace.”
In the affidavit Sheen also confirms that the cause of the alleged altercation was Mueller telling Sheen she wanted a divorce. Sheen claims that a fight ensued in which he claims a tamer version of events, saying that they both hit each other on the arm and both shouted at each other.
According to Magnuson when he arrived at the house he took the Two and a Half Men actor to the basement where he interviewed him. Sheen stated that he and Mueller began arguing at 3.30AM and went on to confess that they had been having marital troubles. Sheen also claimed that Brooke "abuses alcohol".
Sheen said that boiling point was reached when Mueller became jealous after he "shared a song for his daughter whom he fathered with another woman."
Sheen denied pushing or hitting Mueller and also denied threatening her with a knife or strangling her, but confessed that he did break her eye glasses.
Sheen admitted that he did have a pocket knife in his bag and showed Magnuson, who noted that it was a dark colored, locking knife with a 4-inch blade. The blade was locked in the open position.
Magnuson also said that Mueller did not have "any obvious injuries" when he arrived on the scene.
In the document Mueller said she feared for her life, sentiment she echoed in her earlier 911 call.