Charlie Sheen, the 45-year-old star of Two and a Half Men, with a reputation for substance abuse and hiring escorts, “has continued his cocaine and hookers binge in Los Angeles, but plans to return to his hit TV CBS show rather than return to rehab,” as reported by Radar Online. Sheen was drunk and had cocaine in his system, which he admitted to, when he was recently found naked in New York’s Plaza Hotel, where he also ransacked his suite to the tune of thousands of dollars. Porn star Capri Anderson, who was with Sheen, locked herself naked in the suite’s bathroom to protect herself from Sheen’s wild rage.
Will Capri Anderson sue Charlie Sheen?
Porn star Capri Anderson allegedly wants to sue Charlie Sheen. As reported by The New York Times, Capri “was offended by reports calling her a prostitute: in fact, she is a porn star.” You can guess Sheen’s attorney would probably say porn star and prostitute aren’t much of a stretch. But the point is, if Anderson sues Charlie Sheen, complete with proof that he abused cocaine and acted like a crazy person, it is more publicity that his people will need to clean up.
If Jon Cryer isn’t worried, he should be
In Charlie Sheen news, the actor is repeating what he’s been doing for years – hiring escorts/prostitutes, abusing drugs and alcohol and participating in domestic violence type incidents. None of it looks good for a celebrity.
It’s obvious the gifted actor brings in lots of viewers to Two and a Half Men, but how long will the ride last? If the actor is refusing help, he may soon self-destruct, leaving Jon Cryer and the adorable Angus T. Jones without a show. After all, what’s Two and a Half Men without one of the men?
Sheen’s people want fans to believe the unfortunate incident was an “adverse, allergic reaction to some medication.” Look at the history of Charlie Sheen, dating back to his Wall Street and Platoon days, and nobody but the most star struck and/or naive is buying it.
NEW DETAILS: Sheen Doesn’t Want Rehab After New Cocaine Binge, Radar Online
Ben Widdicombe, Poparazzi | In Praise of Celebrity Excuses, The New York Times
Paul Thompson, Charlie Sheen’s father ‘to stage intervention’ to send actor back to rehab as friends warn lifestyle will be death of him, Mail Online