(NEW YORK) -- The adult film actress who was found in Charlie Sheen's hotel bedroom the morning of his arrest last month said Monday she would be filing a criminal complaint against the actor with the New York Police Department.
In her first interview since the incident on October 26, Capri Anderson told ABC News that she was hired that night for $3,500 to escort Sheen to dinner in New York City. Anderson claims after some consensual romantic activity later at The Plaza Hotel, the night turned violent and Sheen threatened to kill her and called her a "whore."
The day after the incident, which ended with police storming the room and taking Sheen to the hospital for a psychiatric evaluation, she was contacted by the actor via text message, Anderson told ABC, and offered $20,000 for her silence.
When police officers arrived at the famed luxury hotel, they found Anderson locked in the bathroom of Sheen's suite. Police said the room had had been trashed.
Anderson said she was never paid the $3,500 she was promised for attending the dinner with Sheen. In response, Sheen's manager tells the gossip site TMZ.com: "This is a woman who, for the right amount of money, sleeps with strangers." Capri -- born Christina Walsh -- denies she was hired for sex.
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