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EXCLUSIVE: Sheen Attack Triggered By Wife Telling Him, 'I Want A Divorce'

Dec. 29 2009, Published 6:28 a.m. ET

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The incident that led to Charlie Sheen’s Christmas arrest was triggered by his wife telling him, “I want a divorce,’” is reporting exclusively.

EXCLUSIVE DETAILS About Mueller’s Restraining Order Against Sheen has uncovered new details about events surrounding Sheen’s arrest on two felonies and one misdemeanor after Brooke Mueller called 911 at 8:34 am Christmas day.

We’ve learned that both Sheen and Mueller had sober minders with them in Aspen. These individuals are employed to help others with alcohol problems stay away from booze.

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Despite the presence of the sober minders, Sheen and Mueller both consumed alcohol.


The couple went out to dinner with their sober minders, returned home and kept partying, has learned. Mueller consumed a lot more alcohol than Sheen did and they began to argue.

“Brooke told Charlie, ‘I want a divorce,’” a source close to the situation told exclusively. “She said she was leaving him for good.”

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At this point the sober minders were both in the house, but on a different level. Sheen was furious after Mueller demanded a divorce and that’s when Mueller says he attacked her.

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The source said Charlie did not hold a knife to her throat but threatened her while holding a knife.

Sheen has been through rehab twice and the fact that he’s drinking alcohol again is extremely worrisome to people close to him.

Mueller currently has a restraining order against Sheen as a result of the charges he faces. Sheen’s people are saying the couple won’t divorce and will try to work out their marital issues. Mueller has not issued a public statement.



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