Charlie Sheen thanked court for rehab sentence
Actor Charlie Sheen is sentenced to rehab, instead of jail.
The actor has appealed for verdict. He appeared in a court at Aspen, in Colorado, Monday, August 2. He was sentenced to 30 days in rehab. He was also given 30 days suspended jail sentence, as he agreed upon the deal on the charges, which were made from the accusation of domestic violence.
The ‘Two and a Half Men’ star was sentenced to 90 days probation. According to his term, he has to complete at least 36 hours in the counseling for domestic violence. Sheen’s wife Brooke Mueller accused the actor of abusing her physically on December 25, 2009.
After hearing the sentence, the 44-year-old actor did not forget to convey his regards to the court as well as to the whole Pitkin County.
He said, “I'm very grateful to the court and to the people of Pitkin County. I look forward to complying with the court's decision, getting on with my life, and putting this behind me.”
It is not only the actor, but also the lawyer of the actor, who is pleased with the verdict of the court. His lawyer said, “Charlie got a great sentence, and I am privileged to have been able to do this for him.”
His lawyer told that Sheen was looking for the moment, when he would reunite with his wife, Brooke and their twin sons, Bob and Max. Even though he mentioned that he was not a future teller, but he only wished for a happy future life to his client.
The lawyer said, “I am not a fortune teller so I can't be sure what will happen between them. But Charlie goes back to work tomorrow. He wants to move on with his life in a positive way.”
Charlie Sheen is supposed to return to the second session of filming of ‘Two and a Half Men’ shortly.