Charlie Sheen -- 'Train' Song Sparked Aspen Fight
8/9/2010 11:44 AM PT
Charlie Sheen claims the infamous Christmas Day incident with his wife Brooke Mueller all started after she learned that Charlie and one of his daughters shared "an affinity" for a song by the band Train, this according to new legal documents obtained by TMZ.
The Aspen Police Department just released the full police report from the incident, in which the arresting officer states that Charlie explained what happened before the alleged assault.
In the report the officer states, "[Sheen] ... explained that he and the daughter share an affinity for both astronomy and the song 'Drops of Jupiter' from the band 'Train.'"
"[Sheen] added that he bought two tracking telescopes; one for his daughter and one for him so they could both look at the same point in the universe at the same time, as a way of staying connected."
According to the report, Sheen told the officer that "Mueller was jealous of this relationship with his daughter. He stated that Mueller said, 'you have a song with you share with your daughter, but not one with me?'"
Sheen told the cops the argument escalated and they eventually started to "slap" at "each others hands or wrists."
Sheen was eventually arrested for 2nd degree assault, menacing, criminal mischief and domestic violence.