"Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen won't be charged with any crime in connection with the complaint Capri Anderson lodged against him with the New York Police Department, according to Radar Online.
Anderson, who is an adult film star, was in Sheen's Plaza Hotel room Oct. 25, the night Sheen allegedly went on a rampage that ended when police arrived and escorted the actor to a local hospital for treatment for an allergic reaction. In the complaint, Anderson alleged that Sheen held her against her will, and she was traumatized by the event.
After Anderson filed the complaint, Sheen sued Anderson, alleging extortion. Sheen's rep has not responded as to whether Sheen will now drop his case.
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