Charlie Sheen’s current nemesis, Adult film actress Capri Anderson, may enter into a truce with the 45 year old actor as she has decided against filing a lawsuit against Sheen. According to Anderson’s lawyer, Keith Davidson, she is temporarily withdrawing her complaint.
Anderson, whose real name is Christina Walsh, filed a criminal harassment complaint against Sheen on Monday related to an October 26 event where she allegedly had a violent encounter with the actor. The incident happened at the Plaza Hotel where authorities found Sheen naked and intoxicated and Capri inside the closet.
Davidson told CNN that his clients decision not push through with the lawsuit is not, in any way, caused by the counter lawsuit filed by Sheen’s attorney against her on Monday. Sheen is charging Wilson with extortion. “Ms. Walsh has thus, and for the time being, opted to consult the New York City authorities regarding the events of October 26, 2010,” Davidson said.
The case was brought to the New York police investigation team when she filed her complaint on Monday.
In a TV interview, Anderson said Sheen had sent her text messages apologizing and offering her money for her silent just hours after the incident. But Sheen’s attorney, Yale Galanter denied the reports, saying “Charlie Sheen has never offered her a dime to keep her quiet,”.
TMZ reported on Thursday that they had obtained several text messages in which Charlie is flirting with her in a big way as he offers her $20,000.
The actors lawsuit called Anderson “an opportunistic pornographic film star and publicity hungry scam-artist” who “fabricated a sensational tale about being assaulted, battered and held against her will.” The lawsuit further claimed that Anderson’s lawyer threatened to go to authorities in Colorado — where Sheen is on probation — and appear on morning talk shows “unless Sheen paid her a seven-figure sum.”
The actor is suing Wilson for $165,000 to replace an expensive watch he alleges she took from him. It was this “missing watch” that caused the ruckus, according to Sheen’s petition.
According to the suit: “Sheen asked Walsh to return the watch, and when Walsh refused and falsely denied that she had taken the watch, Sheen became extremely upset. Walsh then locked herself in the bathroom of the hotel room and refused to come out.” The lawsuit adds “At no time did Sheen assault, batter or threaten Walsh. She locked herself in the bathroom “because she was afraid that Sheen might find the watch on her.”
Galanter questioned Anderson’s motive and pointed out that she did not make a report of wrongful conduct against Sheen on the night of the incident. Davidson, however, firmly defended his client’s right to receive compensation for the damages done. “We know that the room was trashed, we know that Capri was chased and locked into a bathroom,” Davidson said, “and we know that one person was brought away from the hotel against their will.”
Charlie Sheen, whose real name is Carlos Irwin Estevez, is the son of veteran actor Martin Sheen and brother of Emilio Estevez. He was formerly married to Donna Peeler, Denise Richards, and Brooke Mueller. Some of his film credits include Plattoon, Major League, Hotshots, Scary Movie 3 and 4. Sheen is famous for his roles on two sitcoms: Spin City and Two and a Half Men.