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The effects that a hypothetical trans-Plutonian planet would produce on the orbital distribution of the Classical Edgeworth-Kuiper-Belt, has been surveyed for different physical and orbital parameters of the hypothetical body in Melita et al. (2003a). The best fits were obtained by a moderately eccentric and inclined Earth-sized object with a semimajor axis of ∼ 70 AU. However the history of some objects in the ‘Extended Scattered disk’ still represent a puzzle. One possibility is that they can be ‘extracted’ from the Scattered disk by the planetoid. In this work we confirm that such an hypothesis would not explain the present orbit of 2000 CR105, given the conditions for a gap as observed to be formed in the Classical EKB.