She also alleges he made death threats and a racial slur, which Sheen tells PEOPLE are "Lies"
Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife Brooke Mueller has launched a string of accusations against her former husband, including claims that he allegedly made references to having people killed and once referred to his own manager Mark Burg as a “stoopid Jew pig,” in a sworn statement filed Tuesday in Los Angeles court.
Mueller, 33, also claims for the first time that Sheen was physically violent toward her before their infamous Christmas Day incident in 2009.
“In October 2009, [Sheen] knocked me to the floor causing me to hit my head on the corner of a couch. I was knocked unconscious and required medical attention, including a CAT scan,” Mueller states, adding she has photos of her injuries, two witnesses and a written apology from Sheen regarding the incident.
Asked to respond to these claims by his ex, Sheen’s text message to PEOPLE was one word: “Lies.”
The new allegations were part of Mueller’s restraining order request that was granted by a judge on Tuesday. Sheen, 45, has since been temporarily stripped of custody of their two boys.
Despite Sheen’s insistence that he’s not anti-Semitic in light of his rants against Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre, Mueller provided the court a copy of a text message from Sheen that read, “I must execute mark b like the stoopid jew pig that he is,” an apparent reference to his manager Mark Burg.
Mueller, in describing one of Sheen’s “increasingly erratic statements” says Sheen recently requested $20,000 in cash back from child support payments in exchange for a new home he was going to buy her, so that he could “have untraceable cash to ‘knock off a few people’ because ‘the people I hate violently are going to get severely punished.’ ”
She also alleges that following the Christmas Day fight, Sheen told her, “I should have killed you when I had the chance.”
Mueller concludes: “I believe his rage is the result of an intense mental issue, rather than simply a reaction to substance abuse.”
In the documents, she also fesses up to her own issues with staying sober.
“I have not been perfect and I have struggled with my own sobriety issues over the past year and a half,” Mueller states. “[Sheen] has not supported my recovery and rehabilitation in any way. He mocks my recovery efforts.”
Mueller also admits to “falling off the wagon last week” with one of Sheen’s girlfriends while in the Bahamas and says she’s currently in day treatment for drug issues.
• With additional reporting by ELIZABETH LEONARD
For much more on Charlie Sheen, including the childhood influence of his father’s Vietnam war epic Apocalypse Now, his thoughts on his exes and his prediction about the future of Two and a Half Men, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday
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