Charlie Sheen Whore Accusation Against Capri Anderson

Charlie Sheen Whore Accusation Against Capri Anderson

It seems that Charlie Sheen is suing porn star Capri Anderson for extortion. This apparently in response to the porn star filing a police complaint against him on Monday. But Team Sheen are making allegations that Anderson has sex with strangers for pay. Apart from Sheen’s calling Capri a “whore” through the bathroom door, we are a tad confused. Having sex with strangers for pay is what you do in the porn industry.

Isn’t it?

But Anderson is denying that she is a prostitute. On Good Morning America, she revealed that she was to get $3,500 for making an appearance at a New York dinner party way back in October of last year. She says that she agreed to a “little bit of romance” back in Charlie Sheen’s hotel room at the Plaza.

Anderson also told how she had barricaded herself in the bathroom while Sheen banged on the door shouting, “whore,” on the ABC News program Nightline. TMZ updates have pretty much confirmed her story, but only those two “combatants” know what really went down in the hotel room on the night.

But what is really going on here? Charlie Sheen’s behaviour that night seems to indicate that his tiger’s blood was enraged at something Capri did, or didn’t do. Was is about money? Or were Sheen’s biorhythms completely off wack and affecting his performance?

While the counter charge of prostitution may seem like a viable accusation from the Sheen camp to counter Capri’s extortion complaint, but given Charlie’s known track record of previous romances with porn stars, not counting the many alleged unknown trysts with prostitutes, does anyone really expect this to work?

And isn’t this a case of the pot calling the kettle black? Actors have been lumped together with prostitutes since time out of mind for “selling themselves.”

One writer, Tracy Quan over at the Daily Beast, has indicated that the name calling is meant to be hurtful and derogatory. But seriously, as we first brought up in our opening paragraph, pornographic actors and actresses get paid to have sex with strangers. Granted, apparently the porn community is not supposed to be that big, so the stranger you have sex with in one film, won’t be the next time you “shag” for the camera, but the principle is the same.

There is no real pimp in the process, but surely an agent qualifies as such.

But let us not be deceived, both Sheen and Anderson knew what was meant to happen in that hotel room and Sheen’s side resorting to name calling is sad and not a little annoying. Quan points out that using the term prostitute as a slur is tantamount to saying that gay people molest children. And for Capri to react to the term is, “immature” and full of self deception.

As a porn star, she has sex for money. We are not saying whether it is wrong, right or immoral, it is what it is. A grownup job that is to satisfy the fantasy requirements of other grownups, who “need” this type of adult recreation.

Seranna Shutt, who spoke to Quan from the Daily Beast, perhaps put it best when she asked the rhetorical question, “So, it’s OK to have sex for money in front of the camera, but not in private?” Seranna Shutt goes on to explain that this is a question often posed by sex workers.

According to Shutt, in the “softer” areas of the sex industry prostitution is often the biggest taboo, even in the parts of Australia where it’s legalized. Shutt said, “When I was a nude dancer, I had to keep my work as an escort quiet. For the dancers, it was such a taboo to actually touch or have sex for money.”

But, again, not to point out the obvious, isn’t that exactly what porn stars do? Apart from the fact that said sex acts are performed in front of a camera for recompense, what is the real difference apart from, perhaps, rate of pay?

Because either way you look at it, the very act of having sex for money, is prostitution. It all boils down to the fact that one way pays much better than another and that doing one will get you arrested, while the other will get you fans.

We aren’t too sure which is more disturbing. The, unwanted, image of Charlie Sheen pounding on a locked hotel bathroom door screaming “whore” at Capri Anderson, or the equally disturbing image of her denying adamantly that she is a prostitute. The old saying of, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,” appears to be wrong in this double standard world that we live in. At least to Capri Anderson the words hurt and that may be a sign that she’s in the wrong job.

By Michael Smith
United Kingdom

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