"Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen has filed for divorce from his wife of two years, Brooke Mueller, reports TMZ.
The two have been living apart since April. Their marriage took a turn for the worse last Christmas when they were involved in an Aspen altercation that resulted in domestic violence charges being filed against Sheen.
"Extra" caught up with Charlie Sheen's estranged wife, Brooke Mueller, as she was going to a movie at The Grove, and she said she wasn't worried about the actor, following his recent hotel room incident.
"Charlie is a survivor," Mueller explained. "He knows how to handle himself," adding, "You know how things get blown out of proportion."
Despite reports, Brooke Mueller has not re-entered rehab but is only seeking "professional help," according to her rep, Elliot Mintz.
In a statement to "Extra," Mintz said: "What we are really talking about here is not rehab. That is a term we are painfully familiar with. Brooke is receiving professional help in the area of stress management. She recognized that it would be in her best interest to deal with personal issues involving stress that have the potential of challenging her sobriety."
"Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen is having serious car trouble for the second time in five months.
Police told "Extra" they responded to a 3:00 AM call on Tuesday about an abandoned 2010 Mercedes Benz -- found at the bottom of cliff in Sherman Oaks -- which belongs to Sheen.
At the 9th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball Saturday, "Extra" spoke exclusively with Brooke Mueller, who attended her first public event since the domestic scuffle with her husband, Charlie Sheen, last Christmas.
Not wearing her wedding ring, Mueller spoke openly and told "Extra's" Terri Seymour, "Mentally, I feel really clear and spiritually, I feel really connected. I'm doing good."
Actor Charlie Sheen will plead no contest to a misdemeanor charge at his June 7 hearing, and will be sentenced to 30 days in jail, according to TMZ.
The "Two and a Half Men" star is set to appear in Aspen on Monday where he will enter a no contest plea to 3rd degree assault charges stemming from a domestic violence arrest on Christmas Day.
After months of speculation, Charlie Sheen has decided to return for two more seasons of his hit show, "Two and a Half Men."
"To put a fitting end on the two and one-half months of whirlwind speculation, I'm looking forward to returning to my CBS home on Monday nights. I want to thank Les Moonves for his support," Sheen said in a statement released to "Extra."