We knew it was just a matter of time before the alleged prostitute who was in the hotel room with Charlie Sheen turned up. Tada! Her name is Capri Anderson, and she is a 22-year-old porn star. She was born Christina Walsh, but has also gone by the alias Alexis Capri. She’s done oodles of adult movies, but she swears up and down she is not any kind of call girl. Apparently, she was introduced to Sheen on Monday at the bar at the Plaza Hotel, and then went to dinner with him and seven friends. At one point, Denise Richards stopped by and snapped a totally awkward photo with Capri. Keep reading »
But wait—the story deepens. Yesterday, we told you that the police were called to Charlie Sheen‘s hotel room at 2 a.m. Monday night, and that they found him naked, intoxicated, and ranting about a stolen wallet. He was taken to the hospital. His rep said he had an allergic reaction to a medication—rumors said he was doing lots of coke with a prostitute. Some even placed the prostitute hiding in the closet when the police arrived because Charlie had been throwing furniture.
Now the rumor mill is also saying that Sheen’s ex wife, Denise Richards, met this call girl over dinner at a posh New York restaurant. She supposedly excused herself when she got annoyed with Sheen’s behavior. Keep reading »
I was feeling kind of proud of Charlie Sheen for playing nice with Denise Richards and spending some quality time in New York with his kids this week. But now reports are out that the po-pos were called to his suite at the Plaza Hotel at 2 a.m. this morning. They found him naked and totally intoxicated, ranting about how someone had taken his wallet. They sent him to New York Presbyterian Hospital for psychiatric evaluation. The official story from Sheen’s reps: “What we are able to determine is that Charlie had an adverse allergic reaction to some medication and was taken to the hospital, where is expected to be released tomorrow.” Uh huh.
The not-so-official but much juicier story after the jump. Keep reading »
Yesterday, Charlie Sheen pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor assault charge in his domestic violence case after a fight broke out between he and his wife, Brooke Mueller, on Christmas Day; in exchange, the two other charges against Sheen were dropped and he avoided jail time. Instead, Sheen will spend 30 days in rehab, must complete 36 hours of domestic violence counseling, and is on probation for 90 days. So, let me get this straight … Sheen held a knife to Mueller’s throat and told her, “If you tell anyone, I’ll kill you,” and he doesn’t even have to spend a day in jail? It’s worth noting, of course, that though she reported the assault to police, Mueller has not been cooperating with authorities since. However, it is not unheard of for domestic violence victims to come to the defense of their abusers — it’s all part of the cycle of abuse. Keep reading »
At 3 a.m. last night, a security guard at a building in Sherman Oaks, California, heard a crash nearby and called the cops to investigate. Turns out a car had been pushed over the ravine—the keys were in the ignition, and the car was running, but it appeared that no one was in the driver’s seat. The car was Charlie Sheen‘s Mercedes. When the cops called him, he said he had no idea it was missing and that he had parked it in his driveway at 4 p.m. This case is made even stranger by the fact that almost an identical thing happened with this Mercedes on February 5th. Charlie discovered his car was missing, called the police, and they found it shortly after at the bottom of a 100-foot cliff.
So what the heck happened here? After the jump, some theories. Keep reading »
Hold onto your hats, folks, because Charlie Sheen’s domestic abuse trial is about to become a bigger, hotter mess. We thought he was in deep doo-doo when he was jailed for strangling wife Brooke in Colorado. If it wasn’t dramatic enough that Brooke and Charlie are also both alleged crack heads in “prehab” … there’s more. Dum, dum, dum. An unnamed woman is coming forward to “tell all.” Oh my. After the jump, some bombshells that will supposedly come out during the trial. Keep reading »