Charlie Sheen ‘fine’ after Plaza rampage

American actor Charlie Sheen has claimed he is “fine” following reports of a disturbance involving a prostitute at the Plaza Hotel.

Branding reports of the incident “overblown”, Sheen has attempted to quell the furore.

Breaking his silence on the event yesterday he said: “I know what went down but that is where it will stay, under wraps.”

The actor – famous for this role in Two and a Half Men - was taken to hospital for a psychiatric evaluation early on Tuesday morning, after allegedly causing $7,000 of damage to a suite at the New York property.

Officers responding to a 911 call are said to have found him naked and in a state of extreme paranoia.

Numerous reports have also suggested Sheen told officers at the scene that he had been high on cocaine for two days, having also lost his phone and wallet.

The incident occurred at the Plaze Hotel in New York


A spokesman has since claimed that Sheen did not take drugs, and instead suffered an allergic reaction to prescription medications.

He did not explain what the prostitute – identified as Christina Walsh - was doing in the hotel room.

Sheen is presently serving probation following an incident of alleged spousal abuse involving his ex-wife Brook Mueller at a holiday home in Aspen last Christmas.