Charlie Sheen is under investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department after he allegedly threatened his ex Brett Rossi, Entertainment Tonight reports.
LAPD officer Matthew Ludwig confirmed to Us Weekly that on March 31 around 3 p.m. PT, Van Nuys officers “completed an investigative report where Mr. Charlie Sheen is listed as a suspect.” Lugwig added that the threat management unit is leading the investigation.
Because the case is ongoing, Ludwig could not release further information.
Rossi and Sheen dated for more than year before splitting in October 2014.
Rossi’s lawyer, John C. Taylor, confirmed to Entertainment Tonight that the investigation involves her.
“She takes this very seriously,” Taylor told ET, confirming that Rossi filed for a restraining order from the Two and a Half Men alum. “She intends to do everything she can to protect herself.”
As previously reported, Rossi filed a lawsuit against the actor in December 2015 for assault and battery, emotional distress, false imprisonment and negligence. Her filing came after Sheen revealed in November that he was diagnosed as HIV-positive.
Us Weekly has reached out to Sheen’s rep and lawyer for comment.
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