Charlie Sheen sued again for exposing former girlfriend to HIV

Posted June 25, 2017

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

Charlie Sheen is allegedly being sued by an ex-girlfriend for exposing her to the HIV virus, which the actor has confirmed he carries. When he returned, Doe claims, he "threw a bag of pills on the bed" and told her that he was, in fact, HIV-positive.

According to the lawsuit, Sheen and the plaintiff, who is identified only as Jane Doe and is described as a "Russian émigré", met in early September 2015 and "began a romantic and sexual relationship within days". He blamed her for the exposure and told her he was "noble" for telling her about his HIV status at all.

At this point, she alleges, Sheen admitted he lied to her when he stated he had no STDs, and instructed her to take the pills and she would be fine.

In December 2015, Sheen was slapped with a similar lawsuit by former fiancee Scottine Ross, who claimed that Sheen hid his HIV-positive status from her throughout their relationship; that suit was reportedly settled out of court.

"Claiming that she "needed to trust him", Doe said that she and the 51-year-old actor had unprotected intercourse over the next two months until October 26, 2015". Court papers reveal the defendant in question discovered his own HIV positive status in 2011 and also gave national television interviews discussing it in November, 2015 and June, 2016.

The lawsuit also says the woman was alarmed and upset following the revelation and sought emergency medical treatment the next day. He told her the drugs were not necessary, and urged her not to believe "the convenient rumors of the medical community", saying, "You don't need to be on all that f****** s***".

In addition, the suit alleges that he made repeated use of the n-word, describing himself as "the dumbest f-ing n-- in the room". He also referred to other women he had slept with and who were threatening him with legal action over HIV exposure as "f-- n--" who had committed "treason", which was "punishable by death".

Doe is suing for battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence, negligent infliction of emotional distress and fraud.

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