Charlie Sheen investigated by LAPD over alleged threats

Charlie Sheen

Charlie Sheen, shown on NBC’s “Today” show in November, is being investigated by the LAPD for allegedly making threats.

(Peter Kramer / Associated Press)

Los Angeles police are conducting a criminal investigation into alleged threats made by actor Charlie Sheen, authorities said. 

LAPD Officer Mike Lopez said he could not identify the alleged target of any threats. The investigation stems from a report police received from the alleged victim on March 31, Lopez said. Officers have served a search warrant in connection with the investigation, he said.




April 6, 2:13 p.m.: A previous version of this story reported that investigators had visited Sheen at his home. They did not.


According to law enforcement sources, the investigation involves Sheen’s  former fiancee, Scottine Ross, who allegedly told police that the former “Two and a Half Men” star threatened her with violence.

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