Capri Anderson's Webmaster Says He Posted Charlie Sheen Message

Bob Johnson
LOS ANGELES — Capri Anderson’s webmaster said he posted a statement about the Charlie Sheen incident on the porn star’s website, claiming Anderson never even logged on.

Shortly after Sheen’s Plaza Hotel meltdown, a thread appeared on Anderson’s official Club Capri Anderson site saying, "I just want everyone to know what [sic] I'm fine." The note then links to a join prompt.

Webmaster Kevin Noonan told TMZ that he wrote the message and a member of his web team decided to add the join blurb in an effort to "round up some extra sales and cash in."

The revelation adds another weapon in the case against her according to Sheen's lawyers — Yale Galanter and Marty Singer who said the message shows Anderson was "fine" after the incident.

Noonan — who reportedly owns 15 other adult sites — said Anderson has "zero access" to the site and commented, "Can you imagine what would happen if we gave [the models] access to their own websites day-to-day?"

The battle between Sheen and Anderson took a slight turn yesterday when the porn star decided to temporarily hold off on filing a civil suit against Sheen. She did however file a criminal complaint against the actor with New York authorities.