Charlie Sheen had been hoping he could get away with not having to appear in person for his January 20th court appearance in Aspen Colorado to request modification of his restraining order protecting his wife Brooke Mueller - opting instead to make himself available via telephone. But not so. RadarOnline.com has learned that Sheen will have to in fact appear in person for that hearing, and also for a subsequent court hearing scheduled for February 8th.
Pitkin County Chief Deputy District Attorney Arnold Mordkin told RadarOnline.com “Carlos Esteves Charlie Sheen must appear in person on January 20, 2010 at 9 am for the motion to modify the mandatory protection order.”
The restraining order was put in effect following Sheen’s Christmas day altercation with Mueller. Shortly after the altercation Mueller told police that were called to the scene that Charlie had threatened her with a knife and that she “feared for her life”.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported Mueller is now in favor of lifting the restraining order and wishes to try to work things out with Charlie, following a $1 million sweetener that Charlie’s camp have offered as an incentive.