Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department reported an incident at the luxury Malibu residence of actor Charlie Sheen, known for his role in “Two and a Half Men.” Responding to a call for a “battery/disturbance,” officers identified Sheen as the victim of an assault, according to a statement.
The suspect, identified as Electra Schrock, was arrested on charges of assault with a deadly weapon, force likely to create great bodily injury, and residential burglary, as confirmed by the sheriff’s office.
TMZ, a popular entertainment outlet, reported that Schrock, a 47-year-old neighbor of Sheen, allegedly forced her way into his home and attacked him upon opening the door. The report stated that she tore Sheen’s shirt and attempted to strangle him. Paramedics reportedly assessed Sheen at the scene, but he was not taken to a hospital.
This incident appears to be part of an ongoing dispute between the neighbors, as TMZ mentioned previous confrontations, including an incident where a sticky liquid was squirted on Sheen’s car.
Charlie Sheen, 58, son of actor Martin Sheen, has been known for his tumultuous Hollywood reputation, marked by episodes of substance abuse, violent behavior, and relationships with adult film actresses. His notable film roles include “Platoon,” “Wall Street” (alongside his father), and “Young Guns.” On television, he has starred in series like “Spin City” and “Two and a Half Men,” a show loosely based on his real-life reputation for hard-partying.
The investigation into the assault and burglary at Sheen’s Malibu home is ongoing, with further details expected to emerge as the legal proceedings progress.