ASPEN, Colo. (AP) -- A judge has modified a protective order allowing actor Charlie Sheen and his wife, Brooke, to see each other as Sheen faces domestic violence charges.
According to a Wenn report, Charlie Sheen has been charged with felony menacing, third degree assault and misdemeanor criminal mischief in court in Aspen, Colorado.
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The actor did not enter a plea.
He and his wife Brooke Mueller were called to court to further address a Christmas Day fight, which landed Sheen behind bars after allegedly threatening his spouse with a knife.
Sheen faces two years behind bars if convicted on the charges against him.
The judge overseeing the case agreed to relax a protective order against Sheen, so he and his wife can attempt a reconciliation. The order has been in place since just after Christmas Day.
In court, Sheen was told he could have communication and contact with Mueller but he is not allowed to drink alcohol, harass his wife or possess firearms, according to TMZ.com.
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The actor flew up to Aspen from Los Angeles on Monday morning and Mueller flew in from North Carolina, where she has been attending a wellness clinic, over the weekend
A police officer's arrest affidavit quoted Brooke Sheen as saying the actor held a knife to her throat. Sheen denies threatening or hitting his wife.