Charlie Sheen Will Plead Guilty To Assaulting Wife, Won't Serve Jail Time

  • Charlie Sheen is due in court today and his lawyer says he'll plead guilty to misdemeanor assault against Brooke Mueller. However thanks to a plea deal, he won't serve any time.
  • The deal is said to involve prosecutors dropping the felony charges and Charlie serving 30 days in jail for the Christmas Day incident. However, TMZ reports that he won't actually spend any time behind bars. Instead, his sentence will be "administered and executed at Promises." [AP, TMZ]
  • Plus, since he already spent a few weeks at the Malibu rehab center earlier this year, he'll get credit for "time served" and be allowed to leave immediately after checking in. [TMZ]
  • Lindsay Lohan is "depressed" and still doesn't think she needs to be in rehab. "Lindsay is very upset that the judge ordered her to go straight to rehab," added the source. "[Lindsay] feels that she deserved to spend a day with her family after she behaved well in jail." [People]
  • Taxpayers won't have to foot the bill for Lindsay's stay in rehab. Lindsay will have to pay, but her heath insurance may cover it. [TMZ]
  • Lindsay's lawyer shot down a TMZ story from this weekend saying, "I have never received any information from any source which asserts that Ms. Lohan is bipolar or uses methamphetamine or that it is her 'drug of choice.'" [E!]
  • Dina Lohan is making sure Lindsay still has a job when she gets out of rehab. Inferno producer Chris Hanley explains, "Lindsay's mother called the director yesterday concerned that there was some truth to the statements. These stories are completely unfounded and untrue: the producers have been, and continue to be committed to Lindsay in this lead role and are confident that there is no actress that can achieve the dramatic level we require of this role other than Lindsay." [E!]
  • Dina "broke her silence" to Radar, saying "I was finally able to hug my daughter [last night] after two long weeks of speaking to her from behind a glass wall. Lindsay is doing well, and is appreciative of the hundreds of well-wishers she has received." [Radar]
  • Tyler Shields has released more photos of Lindsay as Linda Lovelace, which were taken before she was sent to jail. [ONTD]
  • Pictures Michael Lohan making out with anybody would be gross, but this shot is even more disturbing because the lady in question looks like Lindsay. [TMZ]
  • Kim Kardashian's stalker has been Tweeting about her and sending messages to Khloe Kardashian and her boyfriend Miles Austin. Kim's lawyer (who happens to be Lindsay's lawyer too) is contacting law enforcement to determine whether this violates Kim's restraining order against him. [TMZ]
  • Khloe Kardashian blamed her former accountant for failing to pay $18,000 in taxes, and says she's paid off the tax lien against her. [TMZ]
  • Jeremy London's wife Melissa Cunningham now says that during his alleged kidnapping, he was high on Ambien. She believes he was trying to "score drugs" and it was a "drug deal gone bad." [Radar]
  • According to a Russian newspaper, Oksana Grigorieva says she saw Mel Gibson hit his son in the head at a hockey game when he was 9-years-old. Another source claims Mel once threw a TV at his ex-wife Robyn. [Radar]
  • Radar has released some of Mel's text messages to Oksana, including one in which he says, "I'm drowning in self doubt and depression. And pure rage." Coming soon from Radar, the receipt for Oksana's iPhone and exclusive pics of Mel's underwear drawer. [Radar]
  • Kanye West stopped by the offices of Rolling Stone on Friday to rap and talk about his new album. Video here: [Rolling Stone]
  • George W. Bush will give his first post-presidency interview to Matt Lauer in November. So mark your calendar if you don't feel Sarah Palin is supplying the world with an adequate amount of folksy charm and made-up words. [The Wrap]
  • Perez claims a Eva Mendes sex tape will hit the internet tomorrow. [Perez]
  • When asked about his mother Linda Hogan being engaged to her 21-year-old boyfriend, Nick Hogan said, "Nobody said anything about an engagement... There was no champagne, no party, no big happy celebration." [Us]
  • One Tree Hill actress Hilarie Burton has revealed that she and Jeffrey Dean Morgan had a son recently. She managed to keep her pregnancy from the press and won't release his name or birthdate. "I want to protect them like a mama wolf should," said Hilarie. [Us]
  • When asked if he's going to judge American Idol, Steven Tyler said, "I'm doing it ... What do ya think? I'm doing it!" However, Idol executives still say, "no one has signed a deal on either side of the camera who wasn't on the show last year." [TMZ]
  • Guest stars on the next season of The Simpsons include Jon Hamm, Lea Michele, Martha Stewart, and Paul Rudd. [The Wrap]
  • In the new issue of British GQ, cover girl Christina Hendricks discusses Joan making comments about Paul's black girlfriend on Mad Men: "First of all, she's not racist. I had a long conversation with Matt about this because it was off-putting to me. When I read that script I got very upset, called Matt and said, 'You're turning her into a monster, what are you doing?' He told me, 'Calm down, Joan's not racist - Paul's just a jackass.' She is just calling Paul Kensey out on his crap. He's being a fool and she's the only person who will say it out loud and tell him what it is - he thinks it's really cool that she's black. I thought I'd get lots of comments about this scene, but I guess it goes so well with the period that it didn't bring as much." [ONTD]
  • Rachel Bilson says she misses The O.C. adding, "I do fall out of cars, but not because I am drunk, but because I am clumsy. I think the girls who come to fame younger fall into all that partying, but I did it before I became famous. I mean I was 21 when The OC started, Mischa was 16. I can't imagine dealing with that kind of success at that age. My life may have been very different if I had started out that young." [Contact Music]
  • Gisele Bundchen told U.K. Harper's Bazaar, "I think breastfeeding really helped (me keep me figure). Some people here (in the US) think they don't have to breastfeed, and I think 'Are you going to give chemical food to your child when they are so little?' I think there should be a worldwide law, in my opinion, that mothers should breastfeed their babies for six months." [The Star]