Charlie Sheen was hospitalized on Oct. 26, 2010, after allegedly being found intoxicated in his New York hotel suite - but not before reportedly doing some damage to his Plaza Hotel suite. Reports state that the actor caused damage to a chandelier and furniture in the historic hotel.
But he's not the first star accused of doing some unauthorized "redecorating." Take a look at some others.
Courtney Love reportedly trashed her room at the Inn on Irving Place in New York in June 2009. Sources told the New York Post that the rocker left dirty needles and used feminine hygiene products behind and also flooded the floor at the hotel while visiting New York with daughter Frances Bean. The damage allegedly totaled $5,000, according to the report.
Amy Winehouse reportedly hurled a plate of spaghetti bolognese at the wall of her hotel room in Munich, Germany, in 2007, and allegedly racked up $18,000 worth of damage to her room at the Sanderson Hotel in London two months earlier, after a fight with then-husband Blake Fielder-Civil. She also reportedly caused $6,000 worth of damage at London's Rivington Plaza Hotel in 2008, allegedly littering the floor with cigarette butts and champagne bottles, and staining the tub with black hair dye.
The Who guitarist Keith Moon, far right, was infamous for causing damage to hotel rooms, especially blowing up toilets. One infamous incident took place in 1967, when Moon celebrated his 21st birthday at the Holiday Inn in Flint, Mich. He allegedly drove a Lincoln Continental into the hotel pool, blew up the toilet in his room and started a cake fight, according to different accounts of the incident. The band was reportedly banned from all Holiday Inns.
In 1998, shock rocker Marilyn Manson trashed his dressing room and destroyed his band's hotel rooms in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., according to the New York Post. After playing a show at the Poughkeepsie Civic Center, the band reportedly destroyed four rooms in the Poughkeepsie Sheraton, burning carpets and staining sinks with hair dye.
In 1972, Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards grabbed the TV set from room 1015 of the Continential Hyatt House in West Hollywood, Calif., carried it to the balcony, and threw it down to the parking lot below. Documentarian Robert Frank caught the entire incident on camera - the footage can be seen in his documentary and on YouTube.
In 1994, actor Johnny Depp was arrested and questioned by police for allegedly causing serious damage at New York's Mark Hotel. Guests reportedly were awakened at 5:30 a.m. by the sounds of shattering glass, snapping wood, and loud domestic squabbling. When police entered the room, they found Depp and then-girlfriend Kate Moss sitting amid the debris. The actor was booked on felony mischief charges and billed $9,767 for the damage, according to reports.
Lindsay Lohan was reportedly blacklisted from the Shutters on the Beach hotel in Santa Monica, Calif., after she spent three days there with ex-boyfriend Riley Giles in 2007. A source told Star magazine that the two left the room a "pigpen," and that "there was filth everywhere and the room stank of cigarette smoke." The source added that a bloody syringe was left on a room service tray on the bedside table. The hotel reportedly had to bring in an outside cleaning crew to repair the damages to the room.
In 1989, rocker Billy Idol allegedly embarked on a three-week-long drugs and sex spree in the penthouse suite of the Oriental hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, reportedly racking up a bill of $250,000 for the party and subsequent damage to the room. When he refused to leave the hotel, Idol was forcibly removed by the local military, according to various reports.