Charlie Sheen’s Mercedes-Benz Crashes in a Steep L.A. Ravine

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A Mercedes Benz belonging to Charlie Sheen has been found crashed in a steep ravine near his home in Sherman Oaks, Calif.

Police received a 911 call around 4 a.m. reporting that the car was down a cliff off Mulholland Drive.

Around the same time, Sheen, 44, called to report that his 2009 Mercedes-Benz S600 had been stolen, the Associated Press reports.

Local L.A. ABC7 TV station shows the vehicle upside-down about 100 feet down a brush-covered ravine.

Police are currently searching the hillside for potential crash victims, but they have no evidence that anybody was in the car when it went over the edge, according to the AP.

"Reports concerning a stolen car belonging to Charlie Sheen are accurate enough," his rep tells "Charlie is fine, and the police are investigating."

Meanwhile, Aspen Assistant District Attorney Arnold Mordkin tells Us that Sheen will be charged with a felony on Monday for allegedly putting a knife to his wife Brooke Mueller's throat and threatening to kill her on Christmas Day. He is expected to be charged with menacing and misdemeanor assault.

Wife Mueller, 32 – who has been in an addiction center in North Carolina – is heading to Aspen this weekend for Sheen's hearing Monday, E! News reports.

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