They're the flirty text messages that could come back to haunt Charlie Sheen.
Just hours after Sheen's meltdown at the Plaza hotel, Sheen exchanged a series of text messages with porn star Christina Walsh, aka Capri Anderson, in which he flirts with her and offers her $20,000!
"All I need is an Acct number etc and I will wire u 20k if u think that will cover everything," reads one Sheen text message made public today.
"Ireally feel bad, u are as cool and sexy and as sweet and fun and friendly as they get!" said another text message from Sheen.
But Walsh was clearly upset, texting: "U trashed my brand new prada purse dude. not cool - how u managed to rip the strap off and put 2 holes in it is beyond me."
After offering her $20,000, Sheen says, "Don't worry about our mutual friends, deal with me directly and I promise u kind lady, all will be restored and set straight."
Anderson talked about the texts on Good Morning America, saying, "He offered me a sum of money for my silence."
Robin Sax, former sex crimes prosecutor, tells INSIDE EDITION, "$20,000 is an amount that seems like the starting point for a negotiation of buying silence."
The night after the Plaza hotel meltdown in New York, Sheen flew back to Los Angeles, and tried once more to connect with Anderson, texting, "Just landed, perhaps we can speak tonite....?"
Walsh replies, "Yes u can call me. I don't have a bank account believe it or not."
"Oh, well in that case, lemme put together a plan to get u square and flush. Can u tok for a sec now sweetie?" responds Sheen.
Sheen ends the conversation by saying, "lemme start that ball rollin and I'll get back to u with the details."
The transaction never took place.
Sheen's lawyer Yale Galanter says, "These messages were of a flirtatious nature and not a payment for hush money. It is evident from her texts back to Mr. Sheen that she was flirty with him and was not complaining of any physical or verbal abuse."
"Charlie Sheen is going to wish that he never sent those text messages," says Sax.
There is at least one thing that Sheen's attorney and Walsh do agree on. Both contend that she was hired for the evening for "entertainment," not for sex.