Charlie Sheen's Jail Sentence Is All an Act
Chris Brown is going to be pissed. While he got stuck picking up garbage and cleaning up graffiti as part of his sentencing for manhandling ex-girlfriend Rihanna, actor Charlie Sheen seems to have gotten a much sweeter deal. As part of his 30-day jail sentence, the Two and A Half Men star will be acting as a coach to the actors in the Theatre Aspen as part of the work release program. That means the sitcom star will spend up to 12 hours a day kicked back in the hoity-toity, air-conditioned theater as punishment for threatening to kill estranged wife Brooke Mueller on Christmas. Fittingly, Sheen will coach actors for a presentation of Three Little Pigs, along with The Wonderettes and Same Time Next Year. He'll also do meet-and-greets to help the theatre raise money. Sounds like a pretty cushy deal, all things considered. Obviously, Sheen's court loss is their gain, considering the huge amount of exposure the theatre is going to get over the next few weeks. These stipulations are all part of the plea bargain where Sheen will likely serve about 17 days in (and) out of jail for good behavior. Hopefully, the drinking and drugging sex addict doesn't have a thing for thespians.