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    Kacey Jordan Denies Suicide Attempt: "I Was the Only Sane Person in the Psych Ward"

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    Kacey Jordan insists that her so-called suicide attempt this week was a false alarm and not a cry for help.

    "It was not as bad as the first report said," Charlie Sheen's former good-time gal tells E! News, referring to reports that police were called to her room at the Peninsula Hotel in Chicago, where they found her with cuts on her arms and her room littered with prescription pills, booze and broken glass.

    But Jordan can explain.

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    "The cops were called because I was a disturbance in the hotel and I was mad when they got there," she says. "I chugged a glass of Jack and Coke in front of them and threw the glass on the ground before telling them to take me."

    With police concluding that a handful of disturbing tweets she had posted were not serious, Jordan was taken into custody and put on a 48-hour psychiatric hold at Northwestern Memorial Hospital after reportedly charging at one of the officers while holding a corkscrew.

    She admits to having cut herself earlier in the evening, but not with the intent of killing herself.

    "They took me away in handcuffs and took me to the ER and later sent me to the psych ward," Jordan says. "I was the only sane person in there."

    But though she seems to be taking all this in stride, Jordan—who hit up E! News, Good Morning America, The Howard Stern show and more after spending a wild day and night with Charlie Sheen—says she's tired of getting this type of publicity.

    "I want to focus on getting a job in radio, cohosting a show," she says, adding that she's currently back home in Oregon with her family and is doing "much better now."

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