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Sheen naked in restaurant toilet

CHARLIE Sheen was reportedly found naked covered in cocaine in restaurant toilets.

The 'Two and a Half Men' actor - who was taken to hospital earlier this week for psychiatric tests after he allegedly trashed a hotel room and was found nude with a prostitute - was apparently caught with the Class A drug all over his face with no clothes on at the eatery he was dining at with friends.

A source told RadarOnline.com: "Before Charlie flipped out at the hotel and police were called he was wasted at the restaurant. He was snorting cocaine and drinking vodka. He was also drinking wine. And he was wasted."

The actor is believed to have been in the restaurant with his assistant Rick and two of their male friends, when he asked four women to join them.

One of the women, porn star Christina Walsh, was apparently promised $12,000 by Charlie if she spent the night with him.

It is believed the couple returned to his hotel room with the intention of taking drugs and having sex, but police shortly arrived to discover him drunk and naked in the trashed suite.

An insider claims the altercation began when Charlie couldn't find his wallet to pay for Christina's "services", and accused her of stealing it.

They said: "That's when Charlie flipped out and Christina fled into the bathroom and locked the door. He was pounding on it and that led to the series of phone calls with the police showing up. Now she's furious because he still never paid her!"

The actor was enjoying a mini-break with his ex-wife Denise Richards and their daughters Sam, six, and five-year-old Lola - who were staying at the same hotel but in a separate room - at the time of the alleged altercation, for which the actor could be charged for holding Christina against her will.



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