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While he's barely been in rehab for two and a half weeks, Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen will be leaving the treatment facility to get back to taping his hit CBS sitcom. Sheen, 44, who entered into rehab on Feb. 23 as a "preventative measure," will reportedly resume work on his show on March 19, according to RadarOnline.
It will be a busy week for Sheen, who is scheduled to appear on march 15 in Pitkin County Court (in Colorado), in connection with the alleged domestic violence incident that led to his arrest on Christmas Day. Sheen's wife, Brooke Mueller, 32, who leveled the abuse allegations against Sheen, recently began rehab as well for drug and alcohol abuse but has since moved on from the treatment program, showing "superb" recovery efforts.
Sheen, who earns a reported $900,000 per episode for Two and a Half Men, is "facing one felony and two misdemeanor charges" in the aftermath of the incident. There is no word on whether Sheen has, in fact, been rehabilitated or if he plans to return to treatment after production has wrapped. Sheen and Mueller have twin sons who will celebrate their first birthday next week.
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