The madam who supplied Charlie Sheen with a hooker during his drug fuelled 36-hour bender has revealed she ordered the woman to hide the actor's cocaine from paramedics.
In an exclusive video interview with RadarOnline.com, the woman who calls herself 'Felony' admitted she told the high-priced escort to put Sheen's drugs in a drawer to protect their high-profile customer.
"I told her... if you could do Charlie a favor because if anyone does have to go into the house, I don't want that sense of him being a drug addict," said Felony, who revealed her porn ring has supplied women to the Hollywood hell-raiser for the past four years.
"I was just, like, put in a drawer and put it away so when the police or the paramedics, or whoever is coming, you know doesn't see that.
"She was like, 'OK!' so she put the stuff away and she left."
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What's more, the Two and a Half Men star's condition in the moments before he was rushed to hospital is being revealed for the first time.
'Felony' recalled the hooker's eyewitness account to RadarOnline.com, suggesting the 45-year-old actor was hunched over in his bathroom and struggling to breathe, leading the panicked group to call for a doctor and 911.
"All of a sudden they were in the bathroom and doing a whole bunch of blow (cocaine) and all of a sudden he crawls over and grabs his stomach and everything," 'Felony' said in the tell-all interview.
"(He) starts to go, like, holding his breath, in a sense... you know how your face turns red when it looks like you're holding your breath, but he wasn't holding his breath."
As RadarOnline.com reported, Sheen's wild session included a "briefcase full of cocaine" which he consumed large amounts of by snorting and smoking.
The oft-troubled actor was taken by ambulance to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles last Thursday suffering from what his rep claimed was a hiatal hernia in his stomach.
But as RadarOnline.com was first to report, Sheen's red blood cell count was low and that doctors suspected an ulceration.
Sheen, who has spent more than $500,000 on escorts and drugs in the last six months, is now being rehabbed at his multi-million dollar mansion as the hit CBS show is placed on production hiatus.
"I was afraid Charlie was going to die and something bad was going to happen to him," said 'Felony', who said the concerned escort called her before authorities were alerted.
"She was getting really scared (and) some of the girls were saying, 'Gosh, should we call 911. Oh my god, we can't call 911 with the drugs. What are we going to do?'
"They were like, let's call the paramedics. They were like, 'No, no, no. Charlie do you have a doctor? Let's call your doctor'."
'Felony', who has appeared in Hustler's Barely Legal series herself, said she met Sheen four years ago at a party at his home, while he was still married with ex-wife and the mother of two of his children, Brooke Mueller.
"Over the years that I have known Charlie, I have been able to provide him pretty much any type of girl," 'Felony' said.
"Charlie and I have a very good relationship and agreement... He takes very well care of me."