New York police have made contact with Charlie Sheen’s rep asking for an interview with the famous actor.
According to TMZ, detectives contacted Sheen’s rep, Mark Burg, asking to speak to the star in connection with a criminal complaint filed by porn star Christina Walsh, also known as Capri Anderson.
The adult film actress was found locked in a closet, “fearing for her life” in Charlie Sheen’s hotel room at the Plaza after he threw a wild cocaine and booze-induced tantrum. The 22-year-old, who has starred in X-Rated films, including Barely 18: Spring Break and Lesbian Tendencies, Me & My Girlfriends, Big Bust Cougars, and Damn, She’s a Lesbian, bears a striking resemblance to Sheen’s ex-wife Denise Richards.
Sheen’s lawyers have long since stated that the Two and a Half Men star had suffered an allergic reaction which caused him to have the crazy tantrum, but it seems now things might be getting a little more serious.
The star’s lawyer, Yale Galanter, refused to comment on whether he will make Charlie available or not. Galanter did tell TMZ … after detectives reached out to Burg, he called detectives back and gave them some info on the case.
The lawyer says he’ll be talking to police again after Thanksgiving and will make a decision then on whether he, Charlie, or both of them will fly to New York City for an interview.
Sources have also told TMZ that Sheen, who is an ex-drug addict, had written Capri a text message two days after the night at the Plaza, offering her $20,000. It was said that Charlie believed Anderson had not been paid for her services that night, apparently inaccurately reported as costing $12,000, but enquired as to whether the slightly heftier sum would cover it.
Capri’s lawyer, Keith Davidson, responded to the reports by telling TMZ: “This is as ridiculous as Charlie’s statement that the night of the incident he was suffering from an allergic reaction. This text was obviously an offer to buy her silence.”
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