Identity of Charlie Sheen's Date is Revealed
It's the face of the woman behind Charlie Sheen's latest drama, and she's reportedly claiming Sheen held her against her will in his New York hotel room. INSIDE EDITION has the latest.
Here she is! The mystery woman who locked herself in the bathroom during Charlie Sheen's now notorious meltdown at the Plaza hotel in New York.
Her legal name is Christina Walsh. She's 22 years old and she's a porn star. She also goes by several aliases such as Capri Anderson, Stella Costanza, and Alexis Capri.
But there's one thing she doesn't want to be called—a prostitute.
"She's not a hooker as previously reported. Let's make it very clear: she is a porn star," Whoopi Goldberg said on The View, getting big laughs from the audience.
Christina came forward because she is said to have been "extremely upset" with reports referring to her as a paid escort or hooker.
She met Sheen at the bar in the Plaza Hotel and he reportedly invited her to go to dinner with him, his ex-wife Denise Richards, and a group of friends at the swanky Daniel restaurant.
After dinner, Sheen took Christina back to his hotel suite at the Plaza where the actor lost it when he couldn't find his wallet and an expensive Patek Philippe watch. According to reports, Sheen began throwing around furniture as a terrified Christina hid in a bathroom, cowering in fear as he "repeatedly punched the bathroom door."
Christina has now lawyered up, according to published reports, and is claiming that Sheen "held her against her will."
She is reportedly considering reaching out to prosecutors in Aspen, Colorado where Sheen is just days away from completing probation for assaulting his wife Brooke Mueller in December 2009.
INSIDE EDITION spoke exclusively with Sheen's estranged wife Brooke, who is holding down the fort at her home in Los Angeles. She introduced their 19-month-old twin boys, Bob and Max, who she was taking out for an afternoon of activities.
Brooke's parents were in town helping out, but are now heading back to Florida. She didn't want to talk about Sheen's headline-making hotel rampage.
"I really don't want to talk about Charlie," said Mueller.
TV's highest paid actor, the star of CBS's Two and a Half Men, was back at work Thursday filming a cameo in a close friend's movie called She Wants Me. He didn't say much, only predicting the winner of the World Series, saying, "The Giants in 6."
Through his ordeal, he has been sending text messages to Marianne Garvey, a senior writer for eonline.com.
When Garvey asked Sheen for details about what happened and if he is heading to rehab, he texted:
"I've got nothing to say about it sweetie...Thank you for your concern. XO."
Garvey said, "When I saw the phone I just went, 'No way! He's responding!' I thought he was in a straight jacket in a psych ward somewhere."
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