Manager Says Charlie Sheen is Fine
Charlie Sheen is denouncing a RadarOnline report that he spent the weekend on a drug-fueled "rampage" and was "going to die this week."
Sheen's manager was so concerned he rushed to the actor's home in Beverly Hills and let himself in by a side door. He expected to find a chaotic scene much like the wrecked Plaza Hotel room. Instead, he found Sheen sitting on the couch, eating a turkey sandwich, watching football.
"Charlie was alone watching Brett Farve [sic] getting beat up by New England,"
Sheen's manager, Mark Burg, wrote in an e-mail. "He looked at me like I was nuts for coming into his house. 'Dude, you could have knocked,' he said."
Burg called the report "complete [bleep] fabricated lies!!!" and said Sheen spent Halloween handing out candy to trick-or-treaters in his neighborhood.
And Christina Walsh, the porn star who was found cowering in the bathroom of Sheen's suite at New York's Plaza Hotel, is reportedly planning to sue the actor.
She says she felt "her life was in danger" and that she was held in the hotel room "against her will."
Sheen's publicist, Stan Rosenfield, calls her claims "laughable." "If she feared for her life why didn't she tell that to the police?" he said.
But does she have a case?
"Absolutely not," says criminal defense attorney Remi Spencer. "This woman is clearly trying to exploit a bad situation, her credibility is already shot. She told the police one thing and now there are stories coming out saying a completely different thing. Plus, she's a porn star. Whatever history or demons she may have would certainly come out in a civil suit."
A video has surfaced of Walsh revealing she was arrested for drug possession at the age of 9. Walsh says she was arrested for crack and crystal meth.
The video was shot in Los Angeles last year as she was about to be interviewed for radio show "The Single Life."
Meanwhile, Sheen's dad, veteran actor Martin Sheen, is said to be so concerned about his son's health, he's planning a family intervention...in Ireland!
"You have to separate him from that environment, from the people that he's around," the New York Post quotes Martin Sheen as saying.
But according to Charlie Sheen's manager, he doesn't need any help.
"Charlie is fine and will be at work on Tuesday." Burg said.