Charlie Sheen Back at Work on "Two And A Half Men" - NBC Bay Area

Charlie Sheen Back at Work on "Two And A Half Men"



    Charlie Sheen Back at Work on "Two And A Half Men"
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    Sheen appeared in court March 15 in Aspen, Colorado and pleaded not guilty to a felony menacing charge and two misdemeanor charges of assault and criminal mischief. It's been a rocky road. Take a look back at some of Sheen's personal and professional highs and lows.

    Charlie Sheen is back at work and shooting has resumed on "Two and a Half Men."

    His agent, Stan Rosenfield, says Sheen returned to the Warner Bros. set in Burbank, Calif., on Tuesday morning.

    The 44-year-old actor voluntarily entered a rehab facility "as a preventative measure" that temporarily halted production of CBS' top-rated sitcom last month.

    Sheen still faces legal problems arising from a fight with his wife in Aspen, Colo., in December. He is charged with assault, criminal mischief and menacing, which carries a possible sentence of one to three years in prison.

    Sheen pleaded not guilty to domestic violence charges in Colorado's Pitkin County District Court on Monday. A judge scheduled a jury trial for July 21.

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