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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Brother "Concerned" about Brooke Mueller with Charlie Sheen

Jan. 4 2010, Published 9:14 a.m. ET

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On Monday, Brooke Mueller’s brother Scott admitted to that he is “concerned” about his sister after her husband Charlie Sheen reportedly held a knife to her throat.

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The celebrity couple is stating publicly through lawyers that they want to repair their shattered marriage following their violent Christmas morning altercation which ended with the Two And A Half Men star getting arrested. But multiple sources tell that Mueller wants out of the marriage.  Scott – who attended the couple’s wedding in May 2008 – has vowed to do anything he can to help his sibling through this trying time.

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“Obviously, like any brother would be I’m concerned about what happened to my sister,” he said. “I really care about her and I hope that everybody ends up happy and I’ll do what I can as a brother to support them.”

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However, Mueller was non-committal when asked if he thought his sister should remain married to Sheen who has a long history of reckless behavior involving drugs, alcohol and the opposite sex.

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He said that his sister “was doing better” since the incident that sent shock-waves through Hollywood but he didn’t know if she had spoken with her estranged husband.

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Judge James Boyd put it in place a protective order after Sheen was arrested on two felonies and one misdemeanor on Christmas day after Brooke called 911 and told cops that her husband held a knife to her throat, choked her and threatened to kill her after she told him she wanted a divorce.



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