Such a diva!
Due to the debacle in Aspen over Christmas, Charlie Sheen may serve up to 45 days in jail. And his biggest concern is being able to smoke behind bars!
The actor's attorney, Richard Cummins, has been asking local law officials if they would be willing make an exception for Charlie regarding the jail's no-smoking policy.
Authorities are not likely to bend over backwards for Sheen, but Aspen's Pitkin County Jail does allow nicotine patches for inmates.
Compared to other jails, Pitkin County is luxury living. The spacious living area is covered with plants, inmates have access to the TV and they are allowed to mingle with the opposite sex in shared areas.
The jail is also known for its cuisine. On Christmas day, the jail served prime rib for lunch and Cornish hen for dinner.
"He'd be crazy not to want to do his time here in Aspen," said an official.
Inmates served prime rib?! WTF?!
This is jail. Not the country club!
[Image via WENN.]
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