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Charlie Sheen found drunk and naked in trashed New York hotel room


UPI News Service, 10/26/2010 

Charlie Sheen was found intoxicated and naked in a trashed Manhattan hotel room early Tuesday, sources told the New York Post.

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Security at The Plaza Hotel called police shortly after 2 a.m. because they heard tables and chairs being tossed around Sheen's room. A chandelier was also damaged in the "Two and Half Men" actor's alleged rampage.

The Post said Sheen's ex-wife, Denise Richards, who was staying in a separate room, later accompanied Sheen to an unnamed hospital.

The reason for the hospital trip was not clear, the newspaper said.

Sheen, who has battled addictions to drugs and alcohol in the past, and Richards are the parents of two young daughters.

The actor's career has been overshadowed for the past year by his arrest for allegedly threatening and assaulting his current wife, Brooke Mueller, the mother of his twin toddler sons, in December 2009.

Mueller and Sheen have both spent time in rehab since.

The actor was sentenced to additional time in rehab, as well as three months of probation and 36 hours of domestic violence counseling as part of a plea deal in the case.


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