Charlie Sheen is possible not to appear in person at a hearing to decide whether his wife Brooke Mueller’s temporary restraining order against him can be amended so that the couple can resume contact.
The attorney of the “Two And A Half Men” star has filed a motion on January 5 to allow his client to testify via phone on January 5, and the motion was not opposed by District Attorney Arnold Moldkin. The judge will be the one to decide whether Charlie can phone in or personally be in the courtroom.
Meanwhile, Clothing giant Hanesbrands dropped Charlie form its ads as he prepares to face charges after an alleged domestic violence incident. The seriousness of the allegations forced the decision to suspend the ads while the case plays out.