UPDATED: Police Called To Charlie Sheen's NYC Hotel, Actor Jets Back To LA
UPDATE: Late Tuesday morning, a source told Access that Charlie Sheen was en route to Los Angeles. He left from an airport in Teterboro, New Jersey.
Charlie Sheen had another brush with the law early Tuesday morning, as this time, authorities were called to the actor’s hotel in New York City.
According to The New York Post – who first reported the news – police were called to The Plaza Hotel in New York, where the actor was found naked and allegedly intoxicated, a Post source claimed.
The source also said that the suite’s furniture had been thrown around the room, which prompted Plaza security to call police. The actor’s suite was reportedly “trashed” and the chandelier was damaged during the incident.
A separate source close to the investigation told Access that paramedics responded to a call for alcohol and drug intoxication. The source also said that Sheen was taken to a nearby hospital at 2:30 AM.
The paper went on to claim that the incident started after Sheen returned to his hotel with an unidentified woman and reportedly could not find his wallet. He then reportedly flew " into a rage.”
Sheen’s rep, Stan Rosenfield, told Access, “What we are able to determine is that Charlie had an adverse allergic reaction to some medication and was [he] taken to the hospital, where is expected to be released tomorrow.”
A law enforcement official told the Associated Press that the actor was hospitalized for a psychiatric evaluation and was not arrested. The official said the Sheen checked himself in for the evaluation.
A spokesperson for The New York City Police Department told Access, “It was a male, white, 45, who was taken to New York Presbyterian Hospital and was in stable condition.”
A rep for from Warner Bros., the studio that produces Sheen’s hit CBS comedy, “Two and a Half Men” told Access they had “no comment.”
The 45-year-old actor is in New York with ex-wife Denise Richards and their two daughters, Sam, 6, and Lola, 5. Richards is in New York promoting her Spike TV comedy, “Blue Mountain State.”
A rep for Richards was not immediately available for comment when contacted by Access.
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