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Yesterday, Capri Anderson had her day in front of the camera, giving multiple interviews to ABC and explaining her side of the infamous night she spent in NYC with Charlie Sheen.

Now, the actor wants to have his day in court, as he’s filed a lawsuit against the porn star, alleging she tried to extort him for $1 million in exchange for silence over his drug-fueled rampage that October evening.

“This case involves a shakedown and extortion of the internationally known actor and celebrity Charlie Sheen… by an opportunist pornographic film star and publicity-hungry scam artist,” reads the lawsuit filed yesterday in Los Angeles Superior Court.

The document goes on to say that Anderson (real name: Christina Walsh) “fabricated a sensational tale about being assaulted, battered and held against will.”

Capri most recently claimed she was paid $3,500 to be Sheen’s date for the night, witnessed the sitcom star snorting a white substance and then locked herself in a bathroom after he wrapped his hands around her neck and threw a lamp in her direction.

Sheen states Anderson contacted him soon after the night in question and asked for at least $1 million.

When he “refused to succumb to Walsh’s extortionate and illegal demands,” according to the suit, her reps contacted the Aspen authorities that prosecuted Sheen for domestic violence and attempted to have his probation revoked.

The lawsuit, filed by attorney Marty Singer, also accuses Anderson of stealing Sheen’s $165,000 Patek Philippe watch.

This is all pretty much a case of He Said/She Said/They Both Suck. Which side are you on?