Charlie Sheen is getting ready to check out of rehab, a rep for the actor tells the Hollywood Reporter. Next Tuesday, March 16, the 44-year-old plans to resume filming his CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men. Production on the series had been halted for an additional two weeks to accommodate Sheen's rehab stint.
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Sheen, 44, announced Feb. 23 that he was admitting himself to an undisclosed rehab facility for "preventative measures."
The star, who has struggled with addiction before, has had a volatile several months. Last month he was formally charged for the Dec. 25 incident in which he threatened to kill his wife Brooke Sheen; he could face one to three years in prison. Another court date is scheduled for next Monday.
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Brooke, 32, is also seeking treatment for her addictions to alcohol and drugs; she recently checked out of The Canyon facility in Malibu for at-home treatment.