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Charlie Sheen’s Neighbor Gets Two Years Probation On Felony Assault Charge

Charlie Sheen’s neighbor, Electra Schrock, 48, has received a two-year probation and ordered to undergo treatment for substance abuse. The court orders stemmed from her breaking into Sheen’s home on Dec. 20 of last year and assaulting him.

Schrock pleaded no contest Friday at Van Nuys Superior Court to the charge of attacking Sheen at his Malibu home. She was charged with felony assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury.

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The court also issued a Criminal Protect Order that barred Schrock from contacting Sheen, 59.

She received two years of formal probation with conditional release to a residential treatment program for substance abuse for 90 to 120 days.

The court also issued a Criminal Protect Order that barred Schrock from contacting Sheen, 59.

Schrock broke into the Two and a Half Men star’s apartment on Dec. 20 and assaulted him.

TMZ reported that she forced her way into Sheen’s home when he opened the door, ripped his shirt, and tried to strangle him. Sheen was reported to be unharmed in the incident.

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