Charlie Sheen is being sued by a dental technician for assault, sexual battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress following an incident where Charlie Sheen allegedly attacked her while in the dentist’s chair.
The dental office technician also claims that her employer, dentist George Bogen, told her that Charlie Sheen was high on a combination of crack cocaine, Theradol, and alcohol during the incident.
The complaint was filed on Friday (October 03, 2014) at the Los Angeles County Superior court by the attorneys of Margarita Palestino.
According to a lawsuit filed by Margarita Palestino, a dental technician based in Los Angeles, Charlie Sheen, forty nine, committed assault, battery, sexual battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress on September 25, 2014 when he sought treatment at his dentist’s office for an abscess.
In her complaint, Margarita Palestino stated that she was assisting Doctor George Bogen and Doctor Jaime Azdair in an examination room when Charlie Sheen ripped off the nitrous oxide mask she had placed on him upon Doctor George Bogen’s orders, and then shouted, “I’m going to kill you!” to all who were present in the room.
When Doctor George Bogen asked her to replace the mask, Charlie Sheen responded by grabbing Margarita Palestino’s left breast area, then grabbed her bra strap and forcefully pulled it down in an attempt to open or remove her bra.
Margarita Palestino fled from the examination room when she was able to break free from the former Two And A Half Men star. She is now asking for compensation for physical injury, pain, suffering and mental anguish.
Charlie Sheen’s attorney Marty Singer has called the lawsuit ridiculous and fictional and feels that it’s been filed by an opportunist who is looking for her fifteen minutes of fame. The suit was filed in response to Margarita Palestino being notified that she violated HIPAA.
Marty Singer is confident that his client will prevail in this absurd claim.
Charlie Sheen is being sued by a dental technician for assault, sexual battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress following an incident ...2.0