We all know Charlie Sheen loves a good bender.
Reports are flying that while accompanying ex-wife Denise Richards and daughters Sam, 8, and Lola, 3, on a visit to York City this past weekend, the volatile actor temporarily left them to party with a bevy of female escorts and trashed his hotel suite at the Ritz-Carlton.
But did Charlie—who's getting his career back on track with Thursday's premiere of his new FX comedy, Anger Management—really resort to his old wild ways?
This rumor is…
The erstwhile Two and a Half Men star told E! News exclusively that the whole story is complete "B.S."
"[It's] aggrandized fiction, complete malarkey," Sheen said. "People say if he goes to New York and stayed in a hotel, he must have trashed it...it's so silly, man. It's so played out, without any merit...We've got the report from the hotel saying welcome back anytime. Ever."
Of course, such a tale wouldn't be that far-fetched, considering Charlie's history, like his notorious freakout at New York's Plaza Hotel in October 2010. That incident landed him in the hospital for observation after Sheen began yelling and throwing furniture and also prompted the porn star he was with for the evening, Capri Anderson, to file a criminal complaint claiming he assaulted her, though no criminal charges were filed against him.
But according to the 46-year-old thesp, no such tantrum occurred this time.
In fact, Sheen pointed us to a statement Allison Sitch, a publicist for the Ritz, released that backed up Charlie's contention he was on his best behavior.
"I confirm that the hotel was in pristine condition on Friday, June 22 and remains so today Tuesday, June 26," said Sitch. "There has been no issue there. Mr. Sheen is absolutely welcome in any Ritz-Carlton hotel in the portfolio."
The former Warlock's publicist, Larry Solters, also smacked down the rumors.
"Charlie enjoyed quality time with his family this weekend including the Yankee/Met baseball game Friday night," the rep told E! News. "He hosted a dinner Monday night for family and friends in his hotel suite with food delivered by Da Tommaso on 8th avenue."
So there you have it, folks.
—Additional Reporting by Ken Baker