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EXCLUSIVE AUDIO: Jon Cryer's Ex-Wife Didn't Hire Hitman Ex Admits

Feb. 26 2010, Published 6:35 a.m. ET

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Despite reports surfacing on Thursday that an ex-boyfriend of Jon Cryer's ex-wife Sarah Trigger had confirmed she was behind a hit man plot against the Two and a Half Men star, has exclusive audio of a voicemail from the ex clearing Trigger's name and recanting his earlier allegations.

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Trigger's ex-boyfriend Eddie Sanchez called her mother in January confirming that he knew Trigger "didn't do anything" despite previously saying she had asked him to kill Cryer and her estranged husband David Dickey.

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"I’ve been interviewed by federal agents and lawyers are calling me uhhh...P.I.’s are calling me uhh...I just want to know how Sarah’s doing and give her some information that uhh... I have  told the (inaudible) so she doesn’t have to worry about you know," he said in the voicemail.

"I know she didn’t do anything, so...I just wanted for you to tell her that I explained to those people everything..."


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Her lawyer Vicki Greene explained that Sanchez's initial statements alleging Trigger's involvement in a murder plot were made because "Sanchez was angry about being dragged into a court proceeding." In May 2009, Sanchez had been  named in declarations put forth by Dickey and Cryer regarding their child custody issues with Trigger, who Sanchez was dating at the time.

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