Adult-film star Capri Anderson, the woman allegedly found locked in Charlie Sheen's hotel bathroom last month, revealed to "Good Morning America" the events that lead to her alleged imprisonment and what she plans to do next.
Anderson told George Stephanopoulos that on October 25 she attended a dinner in New York City after receiving a call from her agent, who offered her $3,500 to appear at the event. Anderson met Charlie that night for the first time.
Although Anderson claimed that Charlie grew "more intense" as the night went on, she admitted that she was not forced to go to Charlie's hotel room, saying, "I was there willingly - initially." Anderson went on to say that while there, she heard him snort something.
"I was sitting on the edge of a coffee table. He served us both drinks and he snorted something. I looked over, I can’t tell you exactly what that might have been … it was a white powdery substance."
As the night went on, Anderson said, "There was a little bit of romance, if you will," but that she became alarmed when Charlie put his hands around her neck. After she resisted, Charlie allegedly threw a lamp across the room, threatening her safety, and Anderson locked herself in the bathroom.
Anderson conceded that when the police arrived she told the officers that she was "fine" when asked if she had suffered any substantial injuries, but Anderson's attorney revealed that she will be filing a criminal complaint against Charlie today.
The actress claimed that she was not paid to have sex with Charlie and has yet to receive the $3,500 promised to her for attending the dinner.