Cannibal Island might have shocked you, but it's going to be nothing compared to the shock you're in for right now. The Hollywood star who has built himself the reputation of being 'indestructible' and who boasts of having slept with over 5,000 women, Charile Sheen, is HIV positive, or so has an American website revealed.
The news has taken people by storm, and allegations are popping up from several places, as are sources who support the news. Scroll down and know the whole story.
Charlie Sheen, who's all set to appear on the breakfast show Today for a "revealing interview," has been said to be HIV positive by a website and its sister magazine.
RadarOnline and its sister magazine, the National Enquirer, have floated the news. The website read: "After an exhaustive 18-month investigation, the ENQUIRER reveals the sex-crazed 50-year-old actor, who has a long history of sleeping with porn stars, strippers and groupies of both sexes, is now desperate to cover up his medical crisis, and it's costing him millions. It went on, 'quoting a close friend of the star' who said: "Charlie thought he was indestructible and took no precautions - even though he was indulging in high-risk sex practices."
The magazine has gone forward to disclose allegations that have been inflicted upon Sheen by his ex-wife, Brooke Mueller. She says that it was Sheen who "potentially" exposed her to the disease. "I had a drug induced psychotic break at Charlie's after doing drugs with Charlie for that many days," she reportedly wrote in a text message. "I couldn't handle the HIV news. Just six months ago I was diagnosed with the eye disease and then Charlie potentially giving me HIV…"
Four more women have come forward, blaming Sheen to have possibly exposed them to the virus. It has also been reported that last week, before his identity was revealed, he had spent millions paying for people's silence. He even had to pay one girl £13,000 a month for the same.
"Charlie had sex with multiple partners since learning his HIV status without informing them of his potentially deadly HIV infection," says a source.