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BREAKING NEWS: Charlie Sheen's Car Found Ditched Down Ravine For Second Time in 5 Months

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Jun. 15 2010, Published 10:20 a.m. ET

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A silver Mercedes-Benz believed to belong to Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen has been found abandoned down a ravine off Los Angeles' Mulholland Drive with its engine still running, has learned.

"I think it's Charlie Sheen's car,'' a firefighter who first arrived at the scene  initially told

PHOTO: Charlie Sheen Mug Shot

Several sources have since confirmed it is in fact Sheen's car.

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According to firefighters combing the area, no one was believed to have been inside when the vehicle went off the road.

As you'll remember, a similar occurrence happened in the wee hours of February 5, 2010, when the actor reported his four-door Mercedes stolen and officials found it -- at the bottom of a 100-foot cliff in Sherman Oaks, California.

An eyewitness at the scene said Tuesday's incident was like “deja vu”  to the previous one.

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The latest car-off-the-cliff fiasco is just another headache for the embattled actor, whose name has been a tabloid mainstay since he was arrested on Christmas Day 2009 in Aspen, Colorado on domestic violence charges. He is still working out a plea deal and it will likely include Charlie going to jail. In the meantime his wife, Brooke Mueller, has moved out of Charlie’s Beverly Hills mansion and into a Los Feliz home, and telling friends that she's moving on.

EXCLUSIVE: Charlie Sheen's Wife Wants This "Nightmare" Over

Stay with for more on this story as it unfolds.



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