Charlie Sheen will not face any charges in the New York City Plaza Hotel incident that left his room trashed and watch missing.
Anderson, who accused Sheen of assault and battery weeks after the incident took place in a thinly-veiled attempt to get cash out of the actor, dropped a proposed lawsuit when Charlie’s lawyers came back full throttle.
Sources close to the case told TMZ that NYPD authorities do not believe Sheen engaged in any criminal conduct. There were no drugs found in the room, Anderson could not provide proof of any injury — nor did she report any when the police arrived at the scene — and being a jerk is not illegal.
While an official announcement has not yet been made, we’re being told this case is closed.
Sheen was briefly hospitalized in October after cops were called to his suite at New York’s famed Plaza Hotel. Charlie was on a rampage, accusing his paid companion Anderson of stealing his wallet and his incredibly rare, incredibly expensive watch.
Photos surfaced showing Charlie, who is supposed to be in recovery, guzzling drinks at a dinner table with Anderson.