Porn star found in Charlie Sheen's trashed hotel room will press charges

Capri Anderson, the porn star found in Charlie Sheen's trashed hotel suite at the Plaza, New York, will press charges.

TMZ have reported that she will ask prosecutors to agree that he violated his probation claiming that she was held against her will. Apparently Anderson,  also known as Christina Walsh, has already found a high-profile Beverly Hills  lawyer to take the case.

Anderson said that she locked herself in the bathroom to get away from Sheen. He punched the door repeatedly and she feared for her life. 

She has said that she will fly to Aspen in the next few days to make her case. However the Pitkin County Court has already said that although they will see her all criminal activity that takes place in New York must be filed in New York. 

There is also questions as to the validity of the claim. When the police found her in the hotel suite there was no mention that she was being held against her will.

The Daily Mail has reported that Sheen's ex-wife, Denis Richards, Anderson and Sheen has been out together earlier in the evening "partying" before they returned to the hotel.

As one person on her team told TMZ, beyond the Pitkin case, "We're weighing our legal options."

Law enforcement sources in NYC tell TMZ ... when cops interviewed Anderson at the hotel, she did not say she felt Charlie was holding her against her will.

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