Sued for Exposing Ex to HIV

Charlie Sheen Today Show HIV

Peter Kramer NBC

An ex-girlfriend of Charlie Sheen has filed a lawsuit accusing him of exposing her to HIV, and then dissuading her from taking antiretroviral drugs.

Of course this isn't the first time that Charlie Sheen has been sued for allegedly exposing a person to HIV.

The biggest hint is that Jane Doe alleges in the lawsuit that the unnamed defendant went on national television on November 17, 2015 to announce that he was HIV positive.

The lawsuit also claims the defendant gave a second interview on June 21, 2016 - which is the date Sheen sat down with Matt Lauer for a second interview. He gave an update on his health on the same show last June (16).

Jane Doe also claims that Sheen admitted to her that he was being sued by other women for having unprotected sex with them without divulging his HIV-positive status, and then made some unusual comments, stating that she was fine because he "could see the future". In December 2015, Scottine Ross, Sheen's ex-fiancée, filed a similar lawsuit, adding allegations of physical and emotional abuse to the exposure of HIV. Before having sex, the woman claims she asked Charlie if he had any sexually-transmitted diseases, and says he reassured her he was "fine" and she "needed to trust him". She explained that they had used condoms in the beginning, however they eventually had unprotected sex.

A few days later, she and Sheen argued about the exposure, according to the suit. Alarmed and distraught, she sought emergency medical treatment and was told that she would have to take antiretroviral meds for a number of weeks.

She also claims he told her the "Apocalypse" had "cleansed" her soul and he knew she'd be fine. She says that when she asked Sheen why he lied about his status, he replied that it was "none of [her] f-ing business". Apparently, he also told her not to believe "the convenient rumors of the medical community" and that she doesn't "need to be on all that f*cking sh*t".

Apparently, he was very vulgar in his argument with her and made mention of other women who had also threatened legal action.

Sheen's attorney, Martin Singer, was unavailable for comment.

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