Charlie Sheen Shot Kelly Preston?

Reading about Charlie Sheen and his recent arrest. Numerous media outlets are reporting that Charlie Sheen allegedly threatened his wife, Brooke Mueller, with a knife on Christmas day.
And then I read Charlie Sheen once shot Kelly Preston in the arm? When did that happen?
He actually shot her? The man is crazy.

asked by Evelyn in Controversy | 4817 views | 12-28-2009 at 05:46 PM

Yes, Charlie Sheen accidentally shot Kelly Preston.

He "accidentally" shot his own fiancee (Kelly is now wed to John Travolta) in 1990. But it was an accident.

In 1990, Preston and Charlie Sheen were engaged. Sheen would accidentally shoot Preston in the arm. Preston would suffer two stitches. Their relationship would suffer too, the couple eventually splitting after the Sheen shot.

Preston would go on to marry John Travolta and Sheen would marry Donna Peele. That relationship with Donna Peele reportedly wouldn’t last two and a half years. Sheen would later of course marry Denise Richards.

That didn't last either.

Now E! Online is reporting that the domestic dispute incident from Christmas Day involved Charlie Sheen threatening his wife Brooke Mueller with a knife in the living room of her Aspen vacation rental.

answered by Ready | 12-28-2009 at 05:49 PM

It just wasn't a accident it was what i like 2 call a alcohol accident i have no doubt that he was under the influence when this took place. Being under the influence is known to heighten your attitude/personality especially if you're upset. He obviously was upset, fired a shot, and what do you know. He had a "alcohol accident" and shot his wife in the arm. He could've killed Kelly. Here's a lil tip next time your lady is upsetting you, don't have a "alcohol accident" grab a gun and shoot her. Grab your iphone call a cab and be escorted to the nearest hotel. Duh dude. You're tpo rich not to have done that. Use your brain. Better yet hire someone to use theirs for you. It might be interesting to see him on drug rehab just keeping it real!

answered by Guest | 12-30-2010 at 08:43 PM

Isn't it great when people "have no doubt" when they were actually "nowhere near" when the incident happened?

answered by Guest | 03-29-2011 at 06:33 AM

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