Posted on Wed Jun 27th, 2012 10:53am PDT
Charlie Sheen hit the red carpet in Hollywood last night to promote his new FX show Anger Management, and despite reports that he trashed his New York City hotel room (again!) over the weekend, he put his best face forward and seemed eager to chat about his latest project.
Charlie told ITN, "It is getting back to work for something you have passion for. I lost the passion for the other thing [Two and a Half Men], but whatever. We have our work cut out for us, 90 shows in two years. Two a week. It is not about the hype. I think we are going to give the people what they want, you know? Something good, something smart, something funny."
Over the weekend Sheen went to NYC with ex-wife Denise Richards and the couple's two daughters while she promoted Madea's Witness Protection, but a source tells Us Weekly it was anything but a relaxing family trip. Shortly after arriving on Friday, Sheen reportedly bailed on family time and had another "drug-fueled, weekend-long party in his hotel room at the Ritz with plenty of female escorts to keep him company."
"He totally trashed the hotel room!" the source added, noting that Sheen intentionally moved his hotel room to be out of sight and earshot from Richards and their girls. "Escorts were seen coming and leaving. In the end, Charlie was told that he wasn't welcome at another Ritz property ever again."
Sheen infamously trashed his hotel room at the Plaza Hotel in September 2010, and before jetting off to the east coast, Sheen promised his Richards "that this was chance for a 'do over' of their disastrous trip to New York from the past," a source says. "Denise is kicking herself for not learning her lesson."
Of course, Sheen's rep insists it was a dinner party, telling the mag, "Charlie enjoyed quality time with his family this weekend including the Yankee/Met baseball game Friday night. He hosted a dinner Monday night for family and friends in his hotel suite with food delivered by Da Tommaso on 8th Avenue."
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