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EXCLUSIVE: Charlie Sheen Celebrates Freedom - At The Playboy Mansion!


Aug. 9 2010, Published 8:49 a.m. ET

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Charlie Sheen celebrated his success at dodging jail time for assaulting soon-to-be ex-wife Brooke Mueller with a wild night out at the Playboy Mansion, has exclusively learned.

Hugh Hefner hosted his annual Midsummer's Night Dream soiree on Saturday, and the Two and a Half Men star stunned the crowd by making an impromptu visit, clad in a red silk and paisley robe.

And his partner in crime for the bash was West Wing and Revenge Of The Nerds star Timothy Busfield, reports our spy from inside the party.

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“Both were in a jovial mood,” an insider told

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“Charlie was accosted by a bevy of beauties and certainly was the center of attention among many of the Playmates; they were all over him,” the insider said.

Hef provided the ideal wind down after a tough week for the actor, who managed to escape jail time for last year’s Christmas Day assault on his wife.

Celebrity Justice

As part of a deal, Sheen pleaded guilty last Monday to a misdemeanor third-degree assault charge and in exchange, the prosecution dropped two other more serious charges, including a felony charge of menacing.

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He was sentenced to 30 days in a rehabilitation center in Malibu, 30 days probation and 36 hours of anger management counseling.

However, he may not have to serve the 30 days in rehab, having already spent 93 days this year at a treatment center.

In the meantime, he is free to party all night, at the Playboy Mansion!

But Sheen’s outing wasn’t without incident.

When one guest spilled his drink on actor Jamie Foxx’s date, she decided to pull out a can of mace and sprayed it on him, according to our eyewitness.

The fumes cleared out the section of the Mansion where Sheen was partying.

“Charlie Sheen was right in the thick of it,” reports our onlooker. “That was his cue to end the night and he soon left.”



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