Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen is most likely to plead guilty to a misdemeanour charge of assault for allegedly assaulting his wife Brooke Mueller.
According to the Us Weekly, Sheen, 44, could spend up to 45 days in an Aspen jail as part of the plea deal he agreed to with prosecutors in Colorado, reports the New York Post.
Prosecutors are ready to drop the felony menacing charge in return for Sheen pleading guilty to a misdemeanour, when he appears in an Aspen court on June 7 to enter his plea.
Sheen’s lawyer reportedly tried to negotiate for the actor to have smoking privileges at the Aspen Pitkin Country Jail, where he would likely serve his sentence.
The county jail has a no smoking policy but allows inmates to wear nicotine patches.