Friday, April 8, 2011
NYPD has security for Charlie Sheen's show at Radio City Music Hall under control: Ray Kelly
Don't worry New York - the cops are ready for Charlie Sheen.
Hours before opening night of the raucous star's one-man show at Radio City Music Hall, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said the NYPD has the case under control.
"We have a big police force, we're ready for him," Kelly said Friday morning.
Asked if he planned to attend Sheen's show, Kelly said: "I don't think so."
The notorious star arrived in New York on Thursday with his beloved "goddesses" in tow. Sheen checked in to "block of rooms" at the Trump International Hotel at Columbus Circle.
Late last year, Sheen trashed his room at the Plaza Hotel during a heated romp with a stripper. The wild night kicked off a marathon of sex- and drug-filled partying that ended with Sheen losing his job on "Two and a Half Men."
Sheen started a 20-city tour of his one-man show, "Violent Torpedo of Truth," in Detroit, where Sheen was nearly booed off stage.
Tickets for Sheen's Radio City shows sold out when they first went on sale, but they are being resold for well below the face value.