However, that may not save her skin. Sources say that Brooke has no choice but to appear in an Aspen, Colorado courtroom on Monday, December 19, for her arraignment in her felony cocaine possession case.
Chief Deputy District Attorney Arnold Mordkin says that no deal has been reached in the case, and is adamant that there will not be one reached prior to the hearing on Monday.
Brooke Mueller, ex-wife of Charlie Sheen, was arrested for cocaine possession and assault on December 2 after allegedly getting into a brawl with another woman in a nightclub in Aspen.
Mordkin stressed that she was not currently being offered any deal and there would not be such a deal announced prior to or at her arraignment on Monday. She can enter a plea on Monday, or her attorney can continue the matter, but she must be there.
Brooke’s rep, Steve Honig, today released a statement Monday about Mueller’s decision to enter full-time rehab.
Brooke has battled an addition to crack cocaine for more than 10 years, and at least four other out-patent programs had failed to help her. Her family had said they were washing their hands of Brooke if she did not enter a residential program to really get to grips with her addiction.
It seems that, for once, Brooke Mueller has listened to some sound advice. But will the judge be impressed on December 19?