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Charlie Sheen on verge of plea bargain; TV deal looms

By Staff

Things are looking up for Charlie Sheen.

It appears that the actor’s chances for landing two more years of “Two and Half Men” with Warner Bros. Television are quite likely.

In addition, Sheen’s plea bargain with Aspen prosecutors over his New Year’s scuffle with wife Brooke Mueller looks to translate into one count of misdemeanor criminal mischief.

All of this is according to TMZ, which has reported that Sheen, his lawyers and Aspen crusaders are deep in plea talks and a deal is quite close.

CBS is looking to seal the plea bargain by May 19 when their upfronts are announced with the fall schedule. The network remains uneven about the fate of “Men.” Should Sheen go to jail, CBS will most likely cancel “Men.”

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