Charlie Sheen's manager has hit back at a report over the weekend that the actor was on a wild bender following his return from New York City.
According to an e-mail from Sheen's manager, Mark Burg, to his publicist, Stan Rosenfield, and obtained by Access Hollywood , Sheen wasn't on a "rampage with hookers and cocaine," as alleged by Radar Online.
On Sunday, the actor was at home, watching football, by himself.
"Charlie was alone watching Brett Farve getting beat up by New England," Burg wrote. "He looked at me like I was nuts for coming into his house. 'Dude, you could have knocked,' he said. Charlie is fine and will be at work on Tuesday."
On Sunday, Radar Online alleged that since he returned from his New York City trip - a trip that saw him hanging out with an adult film star and ended with the "Two and a Half Men" star being hospitalized, Sheen had been "partying wildly." The website also alleged that a friend told them, "Charlie Sheen is going to die this week."
Burg called the Radar report "fabricated lies."
Additionally, on Monday, Sheen's attorney also released a statement, taking aim at various reports in the media.
"While we understand that speculation is rampant and the rumors are running wild in the media, I can assure you that Charlie is doing quite well and that the incident of last week was blown way out of proportion," the statement from Sheen's attorney to Access read. "Charlie will be on the set of 'Two and a Half Men' tomorrow filming another episode for all of us to see and enjoy."
In related news, Capri Anderson, the woman at the center of Sheen's recent New York hotel scandal, has until Tuesday at 5 PM to file a complaint with the Aspen District Attorney that could affect the actor's probation. Sheen's probation is expected to end tomorrow.
TMZ previously reported that Anderson had been claiming she wanted the DA to revoke Sheen's probation.
A source previously told Access Hollywood that Capri has hired an attorney.
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