(CNN) -- Though a RadarOnline.com report has suggested that actor Charlie Sheen was on a cocaine-fueled "rampage" -- complete with prostitutes -- since returning to Los Angeles last week, Sheen's manager has debunked the claims with an eyewitness report.
Sheen - who was hospitalized last week while in New York because of an "adverse allergic reaction" to medication - was doing fine at home, his manager said.
"I went over to Charlie's house earlier today because I was worried after reading Radaronline," Sheen's manager wrote in an email provided to CNN. "Charlie was alone watching Brett Favre getting beat up by New England."
Apparently, Sheen "looked at me like I was nuts for coming into his house," his manager added, noting that the actor told him, "Dude, you could have knocked."
Although RadarOnline quotes a source who says that "Charlie Sheen is going to die this week," his manager refutes the claims, calling them "complete [expletive] fabricated lies." According to the statement, Sheen "is fine and will be at work on Tuesday."
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