Charlie Sheen is back in the headlines after a being reportedly found naked and drunk this week and trashing his room at New York’s Plaza Hotel.
According to reports, Sheen had been on a cocaine bender for days when he couldn’t find his wallet and flew into a rage at an unidentified escort who was with him.
Hotel security called police just after 2 a.m. where they found the hard-partying Sheen after a woman called the front desk, sources told The New York Post.
Tables and chairs had been thrown around the room and a chandelier was also damaged, sources said.
The damage to the luxury suite reportedly totalled about $7,000.
The Two and a Half Men star was accompanied to New York Hospital by his ex-wife Denise Richards, who was staying in a separate room at the Eloise Suite on the 18th floor,
Life & Style magazine reported on its website that the woman was screaming inside a locked closet.
“She was fearing for her life and was naked,” a source told the website. “Charlie was incoherent but started screaming slurs at the cops. They recognized him immediately and gave him two options: they could take him to the hospital or take him down to the station. Charlie chose the hospital.”
Sheen’s publicist would only confirm: “What we are able to determine is that Charlie had an adverse allergic reaction to some medication and was taken to the hospital, where he is expected to be released tomorrow.”
Sheen, who was only a week away from completing his probation, told cops he was drinking and had snorted cocaine before flipping out.
An NYPD spokesman said no complaints were made and there was no arrest. Sheen was not expected to face any criminal charges.
Last year, Sheen had been arrested in Aspen, Colorado following a fight with then-wife Brooke Mueller, in which she called 911 saying that he had tried to kill her with a knife.
Sheen, who has admitted to using cocaine in the past and paying for hookers, cut a deal to avoid jail time by entering a rehab facility for 30 days.
A spokesman for Warner Bros., which makes his sitcom, declined to comment.
The Hollywood Reporter also says CBS constantly ignores Sheen’s off-screen behaviour while his show continues to perform: “But at some point you want CBS to two-and-a-half-man-up and say: ‘We recognize that this behavior is not OK.'”