Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller Enter Aspen Court, Will Judge Let Them Leave Together?

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ASPEN, Colo. (CBS/AP) Actor Charlie Sheen and his wife arrived separately Monday at a courthouse in Aspen, where a judge will decide if the two can leave together.

Sheen, who is facing domestic violence allegations, entered the back of the course house wearing sunglasses and a dark coat. His wife, Brooke Mueller, entered from a side door. Each was accompanied by four people.

Sheen, the star of TV's "Two and a Half Men" was arrested Christmas Day at his Aspen home. His wife had called 911 and later told police that Sheen held her down on the bed, put a knife to her throat and threatened to kill her.

The two have reportedly reconciled since.

The Sheens, who have twin baby sons, will also ask a judge to modify a restraining order in place since the arrest so they can be together.

Sheen is expected to enter a plea.