SHEEN CHARGES PORN PARTY ‘PAL’ WITH EXTORT ATTEMPT

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CHARLIE SHEEN filed a lawsuit Monday for extortion and two other counts against the porn star who claims he tried to choke her during a bizarre meltdown in a New York hotel last month.

RadarOnline.com reports that Christina Walsh, aka Capri Anderson, demanded $1 million from the Two and a Half Men star to keep quiet.  The suit also alleges that Walsh works as a prostitute

Sheen’s lawsuit was filed by L.A. power attorney Marty "The Litigator" Singer and says Walsh engaged in  "an attempted shakedown and extortion of the internationally known actor and celebrity Charlie Sheen."

She is described as "an opportunistic pornographic film star and publicity hungry scam artist".

Singer told RadarOnline.com: "Charlie is not a litigious person however on this matter he decided he needed to put his foot down based on this outrageous conduct. You don’t tell police that Mr. Sheen acted like a perfect gentleman and then demand $1 million before you go to the aspen DA, or $500,000 before you go on Good Morning America."

Those extortion allegations are detailed in the court papers.

Sheen’s suit, filed in Los Angeles, adds another dimension to a tumultuous day that included Walsh appearing on ABC’s Good Morning America and alleging that Sheen threw a lamp at her, used racial slurs, snorted a white powder and generally went out of control, including putting his hands on her neck.

Walsh also filed a complaint with New York police and announced she is suing Sheen. She appeared with her lawyer who confirmed the lawsuit against Sheen would charge battery and false imprisonment.

But Sheen’s suit contains explosive allegations against Walsh and her attorney. The lawsuit reads that  "after a consensual encounter with Sheen in the Plaza Hotel on the evening of October 25, 2010 Walsh decided this was her chance to become rich and famous."

His lawsuit suit claims 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 go to (i) the Aspen District Attorney with her false allegations and (ii) seek to embarrass him and attempt to damage his career by going to the media with her false tale."

The actor also charges Walsh with stealing his $165,000 Patek Phiippe watch .

Get the full story and read the lawsuit @RadarOnline.com

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