Note to Charlie Sheen: The NYPD is ready for you.
As the embattled actor prepares to take the stage at Radio City Music Hall for his sold-out, one-man show "Violent Torpedo of Truth," NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly says his men will be waiting in the wings.
"We have a big police force, we're ready for him," Kelly told a throng of reporters Friday.
The last time Sheen was in the Big Apple, he left a hotel room at the Plaza Hotel in shambles following an alleged drug-fueled night of sex with a porn star, which later provided salacious headlines for several months thereafter.
Many say it was that night in October 2010 that sparked a downward spiral for the star which ultimately cost him his cushy job on the CBS hit show "Two and a Half Men."
Team Sheen, accompanying "goddesses" included, arrived to New York Thursday and reportedly set up shop in a block of rooms at the Trump International Hotel in Midtown. According to reports, Donald Trump opened the hotel's doors to Sheen after every hotel in New York refused to grant the actor a weekend stay.
Although Sheen's Radio City show initially sold out after going on sale, some tickets are being re-sold significantly under face value.
When asked if he will be attending the show this weekend, Kelly didn't beat around the bush.
"I don't think so," he said.