Charlie Sheen: Plaza Hotel Incident Was Just 'One Bad Night'

In new interview, Charlie Sheen says alleged Plaza Hotel rampage was overblown.

Nov. 8, 2010— -- It sounds like something his "Two and a Half Men" character would say. But Charlie Sheen's "so what?" attitude about his alleged alcohol-induced blow up at the Plaza Hotel isn't an act.

"If a guy has one bad night, everybody goes insane and panics," Sheen, 45, told "Extra" over the weekend. "I'm not panicking," he said, adding "everything's good."

Though the $150,000 watch he claims he lost during the Oct. 26 incident is still missing, Sheen doesn't seem to care.

"The way I look at it, if you have expensive tastes, you gotta be prepared for expensive losses," he said.

Sheen has another potential expensive loss on his hands. Last week, he filed for divorce from his third wife, Brooke Mueller.

According to documents filed Nov. 1 in Los Angeles Superior Court, the 45-year-old actor, who pleaded guilty in August to misdemeanor assault in exchange for probation and rehab after his Christmas Day assault on Mueller, believes that any money he made after Dec. 25 belongs to him alone and isn't subject to community property laws. That includes the last 10 months of pay from "Two and a Half Men." Sheen reportedly makes close to $2 million per episode of the hit CBS sitcom.

CLICK HERE to see Charlie Sheen's divorce filing.

The divorce filing details that Sheen and Mueller, 33, had a pre-nuptial agreement. To that end, Sheen claims "separate property" over everything he made prior to their May 2008 marriage.

In the documents, Sheen reveals that he and Mueller have been separated since Dec. 25, 2009, the day he was arrested on domestic violence charges after allegedly pulling a knife on her. Sheen cites "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the divorce.

Sheen is also asking for joint custody of the couple's 18-month-old twins, Bob and Max. In a separate divorce filing, according to People magazine, Mueller asked for primary physical custody of the boys with visitation rights for Sheen. obtained a previous property settlement the couple signed in May in which Sheen agreed to pay Mueller $55,000 a month in child support. He also agreed to pay her $1 million to keep the couple's home and an additional lump sum payment of $757,689.70.

Sheen's third divorce comes on the heels of his Oct. 26 rampage at New York City's Plaza Hotel that led to a psychological evaluation at a New York hospital.

Christina Walsh, a 22-year-old porn star who was with Sheen during his hotel room blow-up, is reportedly planning to sue the actor claiming she feared for her life.

Sheen was at the hotel with his second ex-wife, Denise Richards, and their two children, Sam, 6, and Lola, 5. Richards and the children were staying in a separate room from Sheen. While Richards accompanied Sheen to the hospital, she has not revealed details about what happened that evening. A photo obtained by shows Richards and Walsh posing together, purportedly before the night went south.

Contrary to police reports, Sheen's publicist maintains the actor was hospitalized not because he was drunk but because he was suffering an allergy to medication.

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