Ritz-Carlton: Charlie Sheen Did Not Trash Hotel Room

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Both Charlie Sheen’s camp and Ritz-Carlton employees are denying allegations that the notorious Hollywood train wreck trashed his hotel room during his stay this past weekend.

This is the second time Sheen’s been accused of leaving an NYC hotel room in shambles—the first was at the Plaza Hotel in 2010—but this time, hotel sources had nothing but nice things to say.

“Charlie was here for three days. He looked so good,” a Ritz worker who manages the hotel’s suites told TMZ. “He was clean and sober and very friendly, and he left yesterday and his room was clean.”

Sheen was in town with his ex Denise and their children. Earlier reports stated that the former “Two and a Half Men” star was banned from all Ritz hotels after being asked to leave.

But Sheen’s rep Larry Solters told TMZ the actor was only having dinner with family and friends at the hotel and was in no way partaking in a drug/hooker party in his suite.

TMZ reported afterwards that a Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company rep backed up Sheen’s denial of the incident, stating, “The hotel room was in pristine condition on Friday, June 22, and remains so today, Tuesday, June 26.”

The rep added, “Should Mr. Sheen wish to book a room in any Ritz-Carlton hotel in the portfolio, we would be delighted to host his stay.”

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