TMZ is reporting they spoke to producers at "Two And A Half Men," and that Charlie Sheen is not going to miss any tapings at all during the season. What that means is that he must have come up with a much better plea deal then he got the first time around.
Unless he is going to spend some time in jail during one of the off weeks for the show, it looks like he will probably just be put on probation, or maybe have to film some kind of anti-violence PSA.
You know, if you think about it, if he films some kind of PSA about domestic violence, it will just be one big mockery. Yeah, don't hit anyone, but if you do, all you have to do is drag it out, spend a couple of bucks, be famous, and nothing will happen to you.
It is just another example of what money and fame will buy, and how there are two different kinds of justice.
If you are a woman in Aspen who gets her life threatened by her husband or gets hit, what is she supposed to think is going to happen to the person who hit her? A slap on the wrist?
One of the only ways to stop domestic violence is by going after the offenders hard, so people who are victims can feel safe and confident something will happen, and they don't have to fear reporting the crime.