charlie sheen Charlie Sheen expected to plead 'not guilty' to menacing, assault chargesCharlie Sheen is hoping his appearance in an Aspen courtroom on domestic charges lasts about two and a half minutes. Seriously.

“We have been told that he’ll be there under 5 minutes, and that is what we anticipate,” Stan Rosenfield, the “Two and a Half Men” star’s publicist, told The Wrap.

]]>re-entering rehab, he was in the headlines for allegedly holding a knife to his wife, Brooke Mueller, and threatening to kill her on Christmas Day in the Colorado winter resort. The actor was charged with menacing, criminal mischief and second degree assault (the latter was reduced to third degree assault on Feb. 8). Sheen could face up to five years in prison if found guilty on all charges.

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