Charlie Sheen reportedly bailed out his ex-wife Brooke Mueller after she was arrested in Aspen, Col. on Friday evening for assault and possession of cocaine.
A source told Radar Online that Sheen coughed up some dough, $11,000 of dough, to bail out 34-year-old Mueller from the Pitkin County jail on Saturday morning.
Aspen police arrested Mueller at the Escobar nightclub and charged with third degree assault and felony possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.
Aspen Chief Deputy Assistant District Attorney Arnold Mordkin did not disclose all details the Aspen Times following her arrest, but did divulge in quantifying the amount of cocaine on Mueller.
It is alleged that she had in excess of 4 grams of cocaine, gross weight, Mordkin told the Aspen Times.
Authorities said Mueller was partying at the Belly Up nightclub in Aspen, where she assaulted a woman before moving on to Escobar, where she was booked. The unidentified woman filed a complaint with the police before police found Mueller at 11:32 p.m. at the second nightclub.
TMZ obtained video footage of Mueller dancing around Escobar with a drink in hand and bumping into others.
Mueller has had a tumultuous relationship with Sheen during their time together. On Christmas in 2009, Mueller drunkenly phoned the police and said Sheen had assaulted her.
Mueller entered drug rehab for cocaine usage before filing for divorce from Sheen in February. Both Sheen and Mueller, who have twin sons together, reportedly have to pass mandated drug tests as part of their custody agreement, the Los Angeles Times reported.
According to the Radar Online report, Mueller's parents have been trying to keep their daughter sober and help take care of twins, Bob and Max. However, they declined to help Mueller out following the incident this past weekend.
Brooke's family is done with her, she has to get straight or she is going to die, an anonymous source told Radar Online. They actually wanted to leave her in jail.
Cue Charlie Sheen to the rescue!
Brooke Mueller has a trial scheduled for Dec. 19.