Charlie Sheen Speaks To INSIDE EDITION About Hotel Trashing Report
INSIDE EDITION spoke to Charlie Sheen about a published report that says he allegedly trashed his luxury hotel room at the Ritz Carlton in New York City.
Charlie Sheen angrily denied a report that he trashed yet another luxury hotel suite.
Sheen told INSIDE EDITION, "It's just stupid. It's totally beneath me to even comment on this."
Sheen was on a trip to New York City with ex-wife Denise Richards and their children last weekend when, according to Us Weekly, he trashed his suite at the Ritz Carlton hotel.
"He totally trashed the hotel room," Us claimed, "Escorts were seen coming and leaving. Charlie was told that he wasn't welcome at another Ritz property."
Sheen showed up more than three hours late for an FX cable network event promoting his new sitcom, Anger Management, last night. He was fit to be tied over the report.
"It's just people that are so jealous—'Another comeback from this guy? Let's beat him down.' It's such an easy grab too, I'm kind of bothered by that. But who cares? I'm here, they're not!" said Sheen.
Sheen turned to publicist Larry Solters who said the hotel also denies the report.
"The hotel said he was a wonderful guest. They're looking forward to having him come back. No damage to the room," said Solters.
"It's so played out, come on!" said Sheen.
A spokesman for the Ritz Carlton said Sheen left his suite "in pristine condition."
Sheen was famously arrested in 2010 for allegedly trashing a room at the Plaza Hotel, causing $7,000 in damage. No charges were filed.
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