Second verse, same as the first. When you’re the kind of person who considers violence as an option when it comes to settling domestic conflict, you are always going to be that kind of person.
Charlie Sheen was arrested early Christmas morning on domestic violence charges. His wife, Brooke Mueller — who gave birth to the couple’s twins sons in March — was not named in any of the documents, but she is assumed to be the victim. She did not need to be hospitalized. Authorities originally said Charlie was going to stay in jail until his first court appearance, but he later met with a county judge who let him off on $8500 bail. BULLSHIT.
His rep issued the weakest it’s-Christmas-don’t-fucking-bother-me denial I’ve ever heard: “Do not be mislead by appearance. Appearance and reality can be as different as night and day. It would benefit everyone not to jump to any conclusion.” And the rep’s name is Stan Rosenfield. Come on, dude! You’re Jewish! Can you take ten minutes to issue something that sounds like you actually believe your client didn’t beat up his wife?
This is not, of course, Sheen’s first domestic violence run-in. In December 1996, he was arrested and charged with attacking his girlfriend at the time, and in 1991 he “accidentally” shot Kelly Preston in the arm. Even crazy-pants Denise Richards accused him of being violent with her. God, this must be the happiest holiday ever for her. This is exactly what Denise Richards wanted for Christmas.