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Charlie Sheen's hotel porn star, Chistina Walsh, denies pimping her site after Plaza incident

SEE PHOTOS of Capri Anderson HERE

The Irish American porn star, Christina Walsh (stage name Capri Anderson) has denied added a statement about Charlie Sheen to her website following the Plaza Hotel, New York, incident.

Walsh's webmaster had admitted that she knew nothing about the statement and claimed full responsibility.

Just after Charlie Sheen's meltdown in the suite, at the Plaza Hotel, a statement on the website appeared. It read "I just want everyone to know what [sic] I'm fine." The message appears to be posted to promoted a new lower monthly membership price.

Yale Galanter and Marty Singer, Sheen's lawyers, have since claimed that the message strengthens their case, that Walsh should be charged with extortion. They claim that the statement show that she was fine after the statement even though she is attempting to sue Sheen having been traumatized.

TMZ spoke to the owner of the website, Kevin Noonan. He said that a member of the website team decided to "round up some extra sales and cash in."

Noonan, who owns 15 sites, said that Walsh has no access to the site. He said "Can you imagine what would happen if we gave [the models] access to their own websites day to day?"

SEE PHOTOS of Capri Anderson HERE 

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