What Really Happened Inside Charlie Sheen's House?
Details are emerging of what went on inside Charlie Sheen's Beverly Hills mansion this week as a porn star says she was there and has the pictures to prove it. INSIDE EDITION has the latest.
INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret reports from outside Charlie Sheen's mansion in Beverly Hills, where the Two and a Half Men star is said to be resting and preparing for his return to the set next Tuesday.
But what went down in the house over the last few days is still causing extreme concern for TV's highest paid star. The so-called epic party that landed him in the hospital is said to have included endless booze, and a briefcase of cocaine.
Sheen himself is speaking out, saying, "I'm not dying."
Meanwhile, a porn star who says she partied with him popped up at Morton's steakhouse in Los Angeles last night, clearly enjoying the attention.
22-year-old Kacey Jordan chronicled every moment of her time with Sheen, beginning with how she got all dressed up to meet him.
At the height of the wild party at Sheen's $8 million estate, she tweeted, "I've drunken 2 Kettle One bottles, one bottle of wine, and a pint of Jack anddddddd a few Coronas and some fancy rum."
Then, "It's officially 24 hours of drinking! Hehe."
Kacey Jordan claims that a drug dealer showed up with a Gucci briefcase filled with cocaine. She claims that Sheen was partying with five women, and at one point they all settled in and watched porn in his screening room.
Kacey tweeted a risque photo of herself inside the mansion. In the photo you can see a coffee table littered with drinks, cigarettes, and drug store items like mouthwash.
Kacey says she finally left because she "couldn't keep up."
Right before 7 a.m. Sheen apparently collapsed in pain. His neighbor, Dr. Paul Nassif, called 911 saying Sheen was "not alert."
Nassif is married to Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Adrienne Maloof-Nassif. He's a prominent plastic surgeon who has appeared on INSIDE EDITION.
The cover of the New York Daily News says, "5 Alarm Sex Romp."
Sheen's father, actor Martin Sheen, was videotaped outside Cedars-Sinai hospital making a phone call. Sheen's ex-wife Denise Richards was also at the hospital. We caught up with his estranged wife Brooke Muehler, who had no comment.
His spokesperson says Sheen was suffering from "severe stomach pains from a hernia condition."
Sheen's friend was quoted as actually saying Sheen was stricken because he was laughing too hard at the TV.
Kathy Lee Gifford said on the Today Show, "We're not stupid. We wish him the very very best. I wish one person would stop making excuses for him and get him into treatment."
An addiction expert says Sheen's pattern of behavior is classic for someone in denial about their problems. Dr. Harris Stratyner, Psychologist at Caron Treatment Center told INSIDE EDITION, "There are three primary defense mechanisms involved in addiction: Denial; 'I don't have any problem,' Projection; 'You're the problem,' Rationalization, 'Well, the reason I use is because...' "
Sheen's friend tells People magazine, "(Charlie) doesn't want to stop. In his eyes, he thinks, 'I'm having fun, so what? I'm making $2 million a week, the show has the best ratings, I show up for up work. What's the problem?' "
But those who care about him, from his family to his bosses, are said to be afraid Charlie will end up dead.
Image expert Mike Paul told INSIDE EDITION, "Quite frankly, it's time for intervention. Charlie's not there yet. He hasn't hit rock bottom, and the only way that he's going to get the help he needs, before he not only ruins his reputation, but potentially might not be on earth anymore, is by others who love him enough to have an intervention."
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