Warne will confront judicial authorities to answer four charges of dissent, misconduct and bringing the game into disrepute.
Warne's most serious charge is for making inappropriate contact with another player.
The former great heatedly grabbed Samuels around the chest and stomach region when remmonstrating with the Windies star while he was batting.
Samuels has been hit with two charges.
He will answer charges of misconduct with the most serious that he made contact with an opposition player.
Australian cricket authorities wasted little time laying charges on the great spinner and the Windies all-rounder after an ugly on-field spat at the MCG on Sunday night.
The charges were laid early Monday morning after the spiteful Melbourne BBL derby between Warne's Melbourne Stars and league leaders Renegades.
Seven breach of behaviour charges were laid in all, with Stars and part-time Australian limited-overs all-rounder Cameron White fined $1000 for dissent toward an umpire's decision.
Warne and Samuels clash made headline news and ugly television viewing around the nation and across the cricket world and in front of a BBL record attendances 46,000 at the famous sporting ground.
Warne and Samuels clashed violently on the field after the Windies all-rounder appeared to man-handle Australian one-day specialist David Hussey.
Warne was furious that Samuels grabbed Hussey while the Windies all-rounder was batting.
Warne marched to Samuels at the end of one of his overs, tugged at the West Indian's shirt, then swore at him and pointed angrily, seemingly remonstrating over an earlier incident with Hussey when he was batting.
Warne threw and underarm return that struck Samuels in the over prompting the controversial import to hurl his bat at the spin King and Stars skipper.
Warne is charged with showing "serious dissent" at an umpire's decision, engaging in "inappropriate and deliberate physical contact", and throwing the ball at or near Samuels in an "inappropriate and/or dangerous manner".
CA has also charged the spin legend for foul language.
The official charge statement said Warne was booked for "using language that is obscene, offensive or of a generally insulting nature to another player, official or spectator".
Samuels has been asked to explain his "unbecoming behaviour" after hurling his bat and is also charged with making "inappropriate and deliberate physical contact".
The date for the hearings is yet to be announced.
Warne's team is firmly in the race for a semi-final spot and play on Tuesday night back at the MCG against bottom side Sydney Thunder, who have not won a game.
Samuels has been the centre of simmering tensions in this summer's Twenty20 tournament with constant speculation on legality of his bowling action.
Brisbane Heat coach and former Australian batting star Darren Lehmann copped a $3000 suspended fine when he publicly questioned Samuels bowling action.
Adelaide coach Darren Berry was asked for a "please explain" after he clashed verbally with Samuels before a BBL match.
both copped "please explains" when they