elliot-wolf - May 14, 2018
Charlie Sheen doesn’t have anything left to lose. All gone is his career, sanity, wife, and ability to have sex with strangers without letting them know one night with Sheen will permanently change their lives. Not in the ideal way they would imagine either. Charlie has basically been exiled to an island of his own like some shunned leper and doesn’t stray too far unless it’s to forage for hookers or to replenish the dwindling supply of Tiger Blood that keeps his HIV in check. Unfortunately, his latest adventure landed him in some trouble. A woman is suing Sheen for exposing her to his super cooties. Charlie says she’s just a panhandling professional prostitute.
Charlie Sheen is firing back against a woman who claimed he exposed her to HIV by failing to disclose his diagnosis to her. The anonymous woman, identified as Jane Doe, sued Sheen last June, alleging he lied about being HIV-positive and exposed her to the virus during unprotected sex. (The suit did not explicitly state whether or not the woman contracted HIV.)
Sheen alleges Doe is an “extortionist,” a “professional hooker party girl, who gets paid for sex as a high-end escort.” The actor alleges Doe “bounced around from rich guy to rich guy” before meeting him. Since their relationship ended, Sheen alleges Doe has “attempted to extort millions of dollars” from him by publicly disclosing his medical condition, even though she signed a nondisclosure agreement.
What kind of world do we live in when all women are allowed to Me Too whenever they feel like it? It’s starting to water down the movement if everyone is calling wolf. It’s been common knowledge for quite some time that no sane person should have sex with Charlie Sheen. Sleeping with a 52-year-old dad of five kids who’s been divorced three times isn’t a good start. If you’re a woman who considers that situation to be worth the hassle you deserve all of the extra baggage that comes with loving and making love to Sheen. Even his HIV. It’s a packaged deal.
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