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Court Date Pushed for Illness

1/20/2010 8:13 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Charlie Sheen's Aspen court date will not happen, because Brooke Mueller is just too ill.

Charlie & Brooke Sheen

We're told Brooke will not be released today and doctors believe she has pneumonia. She is still in ICU. We're told she will be in the hospital for at least several days and she is, as one source said, "very, very sick."

Charlie Sheen's lawyer, Richard Cummins, and Brooke Mueller's attorney, Yale Galanter, have asked that the hearing on the protective order be moved to February 8.

As for letting Charlie visit Brooke in the hospital, TMZ has learned the D.A. has agreed Charlie can see Brooke. A source connected with the case tells TMZ the judge will sign a formal order allowing Charlie to have contact with Brooke in the hospital, and the order will be signed later today.


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1707 days ago


Don't understand why TMZ keeps posting this crap. ENOUGH ALREADY!

1707 days ago


Sickness makes me ill.

1707 days ago


What´s the time?

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1707 days ago

first they said she has oral surgery for an abscessed tooth, now it's pneumonia?


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1707 days ago

Kelly R.    

I hope she is OK? I'm worried about her.

1707 days ago


play nice!

1707 days ago

Feds Under Suspicion    

She looks like a chubby Rachel Zoe. Maybe in His Compassion, God will call her home to the land of sub bimbos in the sky. You go girl!

1707 days ago

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