Charlie Sheen attacked in Malibu home by neighbor

ET confirmed that Charlie Sheen was the victim of an attack, allegedly by his neighbor.

A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department tells ET that officers from the Malibu/Lost Hills Station responded to the Two and a half Men star’s Malibu home on Wednesday at approximately 1 p.m. for a battery/troubleshooting call.

After contacting the involved parties, officers identified Sheen as an assault victim and the suspect was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon, assault likely to cause serious bodily injury, and residential burglary.

The exact details behind the alleged attack have not been revealed, but TMZ, citing law enforcement sources, reported that the neighbor allegedly knocked on Sheen’s door and attacked him when she broke in. The neighbor reported that the neighbor ripped the actor’s shirt and tried to strangle him. TMZ also reports that paramedics arrived on the scene, but Sheen was not taken to the hospital. The outlet further reported that this isn’t Sheen’s first encounter with the neighbor, who allegedly dumped trash on his front door the day before the alleged attack.

The incident comes nearly a month after Sheen reunited with Chuck Lorre for his new HBO comedy, Bookmakerin which Sheen played a fictional version of himself in the series premiere.

In a conversation with ET, Lorre talked about how the reunion with the Two and a half Men star emerged after their feud in 2011.

“Well, I think it’s important to say first: for eight and a half years we had a great time,” says Lorre. recalled with ET prior to the series premiere. “We were friends, we worked together and we made a show that we were proud of. We laughed a lot. It was a crazy, bold, daring show and we were very proud that we were pushing the boundaries.”

“And then it all went down in a very dark and difficult way,” he continued. “It was really hurtful, it was humiliating, it was depressing, it was infuriating. It was all horrible stuff. For a long time I couldn’t watch the show, I couldn’t watch reruns, it was just too painful.”

Sheen starred in Lorre’s hit sitcom, also in the lead role Jon Cryer And Angus T Jones — for eight seasons before his substance abuse problems forced the show to go on hiatus in January 2011 so Sheen could go to rehab for a third time. After Sheen fired back at Lorre with publicly disparaging comments — calling him a “little maggot,” a “stupid, stupid man” — CBS and Warner Bros. canceled the show. the remaining episodes of the season, terminated the actor’s contract and banned him from their production party.

Sheen returned to TV in 2012 in the sitcom FX anger management, But Bookmaker marks his professional reunion with Lorre.

“I was hoping that Charlie was in a good place and ready,” Lorre said of reaching out to Sheen, saying he wasn’t afraid to reconcile with the actor after so much time had passed. “I called his agent… they put me in touch with Charlie, and I said, ‘Here’s a funny idea.'”

“He couldn’t have been more kind, enthusiastic and generous about the whole thing,” he continued. “We talked on the phone for probably an hour that first time, and I sent him the script — because I’m asking him to play himself, a fictionalized version of himself, and I wanted to be respectful that it was something he wanted to play. ” would feel comfortable with it.”

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