Charlie Sheen could have a difficult time getting a hotel room when his “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option” tour lands him at Radio City Music Hall on April 8. Sources tell the New York Post he's not welcome at several top New York hotels — especially The Plaza, where he infamously trashed his room last October after partying with a hooker.
The Plaza, along with other high-profile properties, including the Waldorf-Astoria and the Trump Soho, have all turned Charlie down, according to the report.
A source told the Post, "Many of the big New York hotels don't want the drama. He is now looking at renting a private residence."
Meanwhile, it seems interest for the outspoken actor’s show may be fading.
After initially strong ticket sales in Chicago and Detroit — the first announced venue for Charlie’s tour — ticket sales have reportedly been weaker in places like Tampa and Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Columbus, Ohio, and Seattle.