Brooke Mueller, ex-wife of Charlie Sheen and mother to the pair's 2-year-old twin sons, was arrested on Friday night in Aspen, Colo., on suspicion of felony cocaine possession and assault, Access Hollywood has confirmed.
According to a statement provided to Access by a rep for the Aspen Police Department, at approximately 11:32 PM, officers were "on a routine walk through" when they made contact with a woman who reported an assault had taken place.
"The woman identified Brooke Mueller, 34, of Los Angeles, California as the aggressor," the statement read. "After midnight, December 3, 2011, Aspen Police located Mueller at [the nightclub] Escobar, 426 E. Hyman Ave, Aspen.
"Mueller was arrested and charged with assault in the third degree (class one misdemeanor) and possession of cocaine with intent to distribute (class four felony)," the statement continued. "Mueller posted bond of $11,000 and was released with a District Court date of December 19, 2011."
Mueller has been in and out of rehab multiple times in the past.
Her arrest comes just shy of two years after then-husband Charlie Sheen was arrested on Christmas Day 2009, following a domestic dispute with Mueller at the Aspen home they shared.
Sheen was eventually sentenced to rehab and probation for the incident as well as 36 hours of domestic violence treatment counseling.
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