Anderson Files Harassment Complaint Against Sheen

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November 23, 2010 | 7:40am EST

The actress/model who was with Charlie Sheen the night he reportedly trashed a hotel room in New York has filed a police complaint accusing the star of second-degree harassment.
The Two and a Half Men actor hit headlines in October when police were called to his suite at the plush Plaza Hotel overreports he ransacked his room during a night of passion with Capri Anderson.

Anderson broke her silence about the incident in a series of TV interviews on Monday, alleging she locked herself in the bathroom in terror after the star accused her of taking his watch and began hurling insults at her and throwing items around the hotel room.

She likened the incident to a scene from “a horror film” and her lawyer announced Anderson would be taking her grievance to police.

The 22 year old met with detectives from the New York Police Department (NYPD) at her attorney’s Manhattan office on Monday and she filed a second-degree harassment complaint against the star.

It was previously reported she would be accusing Sheen of battery and false imprisonment, but cops have told the New York Post Anderson made no claim that Sheen injured her.

The star’s lawyers vehemently deny Anderson’s allegations and they filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles on Monday accusing her of extortion.

In the legal papers, Sheen’s attorneys allege Anderson “fabricated a sensational tale about being assaulted, battered and held against her will, and used that fictional story as a basis for an extortion plot against Sheen, threatening that if he did not pay her at least one million dollars, she would… seek to embarrass him and attempt to damage his career by going to the media with her false tale.”

Sheen’s lawsuit seeks unspecified damages, as well as “compensatory damages” of at least $165,000 for the watch he claims Anderson took during their encounter.

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