Charlie Sheen denies he attacked escort

Charlie Sheen’s manager is slamming an adult star’s allegations that the actor attacked her. Since Capri Anderson went on “Good Morning America” Monday to claim the “Two and a Half Men” star choked her and threw a lamp at her, his camp has gone into defense mode.

The 22-year-old admitted on the morning show that she was promised a $3,500 fee to chill with Charlie the night he infamously went berserk in a hotel room, leading cops to take him to the hospital.

She recounted that she accompanied the actor to the hotel room, where he poured drinks and was “snorting” some sort of “white powdery substance,” when things took a scary turn.

“He started throwing things,” Capri recalled. “He threw a lamp. That was the first thing he picked up. And he threw it across the room at me.

“When I became really uncomfortable is when he put his hands around my neck,” she said, adding that once she sought refuge in the bathroom, Charlie pounded on the door “yelling things like, ‘You [expletive], if you don’t come out here, I’m going to kill you.’”

Capri says she’ll file a criminal complaint against Charlie — but is her tale true?

“This is a woman who, for the right amount of money, sleeps with strangers,” Charlie’s manager told TMZ. (Capri insists otherwise.) And if the actor did in fact choke her, he pointed out, she never told the cops.

Something tells us Charlie’s people will find a way to make this go away.


Pregnant ‘Housewives’ star

Well, it looks like Star magazine got something right for once: The tabloid’s report that “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kim Zolciak is pregnant is indeed true, she confirmed via Twitter. The reality star called the story “ridiculous” when it broke a few weeks ago, but on Monday she tweeted, “We are happy and excited to announce that, yes, we are expecting.”

The father of the baby, which will be 32-year-old Kim’s third child, is 25-year-old NFL player Kroy Biermann. They’ve been dating since May.

But there’s an interesting twist in the Star version of the story: Allegedly, Kim originally planned to raise the child with her former girlfriend, DJ Tracy Young, who told the tabloid, “When I asked her what she was going to do, she said, ‘I want you to stay and raise the baby with me, because Kroy doesn’t want to be involved.’”

But just days later, Tracy said, Kroy changed his mind — and once he was back in Kim’s life, Tracy was dumped. Well, won’t that make an interesting story for the baby book!


Paperwork Problems

Why did Tony Parker file for divorce in Texas on Friday — days after wife Eva Longoria had already filed in California? Despite his surprise move, the NBA player isn’t gearing up for a big battle, a source tells People.

“This was not meant to escalate things,” insists the insider. “He filed his own papers to protect his rights during the proceeding. … They are still committed to working this out together amicably.”

So what rights might those be? According to TMZ, in Eva’s paperwork, a box was checked reserving her right to request spousal support — which contradicts the terms of their prenup. The site’s sources say Tony’s lawyer was concerned the “Desperate Housewives” star would attempt to challenge the prenup, and thought Tony would be safer filing his own papers.

More money, more problems …

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at kitty@media-darling.com.

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