Charlie Sheen settled a lawsuit for $120,000 filed by an ex-girlfriend who alleged he knowingly uncovered her to HIV, according to Page Six. Identified solely as Jane Doe, she claimed Sheen stated he was “fine” when requested if he has any sexually transmissible illnesses.
In courtroom paperwork, the plaintiff alleged she met Sheen in September 2015 and engaged in sexual relations shortly after. The “Two and a Half Men” actor initially used a condom, in keeping with the lawsuit, however selected unprotected intercourse starting on Oct. 26, 2015.
The filings, which described the plaintiff as a “Russian émigré,” alleged Sheen subsequently admitted he was HIV optimistic. The actor was identified with the illness in 2011.
The lady claimed in her filings that Sheen gave her medicine aimed to forestall her from contracting HIV. She alleged to have gone to an emergency clinic earlier than confronting him days later when he was stated to have described himself as “noble” for admitting to his analysis.
When requested why he didn’t inform her about his HIV, Sheen allegedly stated it was “none of her fucking business.” He allegedly advised her antiviral medicines weren’t even obligatory and merely perpetuated “the convenient rumors of the medical community” concerning the illness.
The alleged incident occurred earlier than Sheen went public along with his HIV-positive analysis in November 2015 on the “Today” present with Matt Lauer. The subsequent month, his former fiancée Scottine Ross sued him for assault and battery — alleging in courtroom paperwork that he did not disclose his HIV standing.
These ladies in the end weren’t the one ones to have claimed as a lot, as Sheen told Piers Morgan in 2016 that he hadn’t advised as much as 25 others he had intercourse with about his standing. Sheen argued subsequent lawsuits had been a shakedown, as informing his companions was pointless.
“The only times I didn’t tell them was because the last 25 times they used it against me and used my medical condition for their own folly and financial gain,” Sheen advised Morgan. “Here’s the great news. No one has been infected by me. No one.”
This most up-to-date lawsuit, nonetheless, wasn’t rooted in whether or not or not his associate had contracted HIV, however in Sheen’s realizing failure to reveal his standing regarding sexually transmissible illnesses — which is a misdemeanor or felony in 12 states across the country.
Denise Richards, Sheen’s ex-wife, revealed on a podcast this month that their marriage was worse than publicized.
“There is a lot that the public doesn’t know, and you never know what goes on behind closed doors,” Richards stated on the “Divorced Not Dead” podcast. “It was not a good situation.”