And the saga continues. One day after Charlie Sheen filed a lawsuit suing her for attempted extortion, adult film actress Christina Walsh announced she is reconsidering filing her planned lawsuit against the TV star, RadarOnline.com reports.

Walsh's attorney, Keith Davidson, released the following statement Tuesday: "Through the process of Ms. Walsh appearing on ABC's 'Good Morning America,' and finally issuing her public statement regarding the events of her night with Mr. Sheen, Ms. Walsh has experienced the natural emotions of many domestic violence victims... that of fear, anxiety and ultimately, a certain level of empowerment.

"Ms. Walsh has thus, and for the time being, opted to consult the New York City authorities regarding the events of October 26, 2010," he added.

Davidson concluded by denying that Walsh's change of heart had anything to do with Sheen's recently filed lawsuit. "Ms. Walsh's refrain from the issuance of any civil lawsuit is separate and apart from any consideration of Mr. Sheen's ludicrous lawsuit against her," he said.