Charlie Sheen’s lawyer, Yale Galanter went on Good Morning America today to let the world know that Capri Anderson was hired for Charlie’s entertainment — but not for sex!
Yale said that there “was never a sexual encounter or money exchanged for sexual acts” between Charlie and Capri on the night of the hotel incident. He also went on to say that she threatened to go on television and “lie about what occurred that night in the Plaza” if he didn’t pay her at least one million dollars.
He also said that he’s “confident” that the NYPD will see Capri’s accusations as a “complete shakedown.”
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