Charlie Sheen offered to pay a model $20,000 in cash to "cover everything" just hours after he reportedly trashed a hotel room in New York, according to a new report. The "Two and a Half Men" actor made headlines in October when police were called to his suite at the Plaza Hotel in the Big Apple amid claims he wrecked a room during a night with Capri Anderson.
On Monday. November 22, Anderson broke her silence in a series of TV interviews, claiming she locked herself in the bathroom as Sheen hurled items around the room in a rage. Sheen hit back, with his lawyers alleging Anderson used the incident to try to extort up to $1 million from the star - but a series of explosive new text messages obtained by TMZ is set to blow the lid on the aftermath of the incident.
In the exchange of messages, said to be between cell phones owned by Sheen and Anderson, the actor allegedly writes, "All I need is an Acct (account) number etc and I will wire u 20k if u think that will cover everything... I really feel bad, u are as cool and sexy and as sweet and fun and friendly as they get!... deal with me directly and I promise u kind lady, all will be restored and set straight."
When Anderson tells Sheen she does not have a bank account, he reportedly replies, "Oh, well in that case, lemme (let me) put together a plan to get u square and flush. Can u tok (talk) for a sec now sweetie?"
He later adds, "Good news! My asst (assistant) Rick is good friends with a cat (man) named Mark (surname withheld) in NY, he will get the wire, cash that b**ch, and deliver it to u where ever it's convenient... I'll get the ball rollin in am (the morning), and have data for u asap after that."
Anderson then asks if the money can be left with bank staff for her to collect, and Sheen allegedly replies, "Of course, whatever makes u feel better." No money changed hands between Sheen and Anderson following the discussion.