Adult Film Star Says Sheen Asked If She Would Move In – And Babysit

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Jordan also claimed that Sheen asked if she could babysit his children at that mansion.

"He's like, 'Can you babysit? I need a girl I can rely on to babysit, you know?'" she said.

At the end of the night, Jordan says when she asked to be paid her fee and Sheen wrote her a check for $30,000.

The website TMZ obtained copy of the check Sheen allegedly issued to Jordan.

The check was made out to "cash" and Jordan said the bank called Sheen to verify it.

Jordan said when she left Sheen's home, he was naked in his bed and still smoking cocaine from the pipe, hours before he was rushed to the hospital.

"I'm thinking like…'Am I… is this going to be the last time I'm going to see him?'" she said. "I mean, like, 'I felt like something bad was going to happen.'"

Sheen Gets Help

Just three months earlier Sheen made headlines over what authorities described as an "alcohol-fueled rampage" with adult film star Capri Anderson at the Plaza Hotel in New York. Sheen's representatives released this statement to ABC News about the latest incident:

"Charlie is currently seeking the medical attention that he needs and has the full support of his legal team, his agents, and his employers at CBS. It is a shame that during this time, while Mr. Sheen has sought treatment on his own, opportunistic women are trying to take advantage of his celebrity status."

Jordan didn't ask to be paid for the interview or for the use of her photo.

She said she was never worried about her safety nor did she fear Charlie Sheen.

She has no plans to file any criminal complaint or any plans to file civil action.

She said she's glad he's sought rehab.

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