June 7, 2010

Charlie Sheen Community Service: Theater?

Is Charlie Sheen going to make it through his legal troubles by working in local community theater?

That's what the troubled but still successful actor is hoping for, as he seeks to work at a Colorado theater that does non-profit work for the Aspen creative community.

Said the director of the theater: "I certainly think he has the career credentials. And he could possibly teach a class or do question-and-answer sessions. If this could benefit the Theatre Aspen's actors or students, I would certainly be amenable to it."

Charlie Sheen has done several stints in drug rehab and gotten therapy for various issues, and most recently has found this legal trouble after a confrontation with his wife, where he was accused of threatening and assaulting her.

Charlie Sheen Community Service

Attorneys for Charlie Sheen have approached a Colorado nonprofit theater about having the actor do public service work as part of a plea deal in his domestic violence case, the theater's artistic director said Friday. Sheen's duties, if the deal is approved, would include teaching a class and helping with Theatre Aspen's three summer shows, Paige Price said. Pitkin County Chief Deputy District Attorney Arnold Mordkin said earlier this week that prosecutors have reached an agreement with Sheen over menacing, criminal mischief and assault charges stemming from an argument with his wife on Christmas Day at an Aspen home.

Charlie Sheen Community Service

Posted at June 7, 2010 6:29 AM