Charlie Sheen stated he is not sure how or when he acquired the HIV virus but if the new rumors of his behavior in between the sheets pan out, it should come a surprise to no one.
Radar Online is claiming that he they obtained video of Sheen engaging in some male on male sexual activity high off that Rob Ford crack cocaine.
Also, he allegedly has herpes.
The Charlie Sheen HIV scandal is set to explode with the bombshell revelation that he has been caught on video performing oral sex — ON ANOTHER MAN!
RadarOnline.com has viewed a series of outlandish clips as part of our investigation into the controversy engulfing Sheen.
They show the drugged-up former “Two and a Half Men” star smoking a crack cocaine pipe and performing fellatio on a male lover.
In a bombshell world exclusive, Radar can reveal that at least three videos were recorded of the thrice married father-of-five. The clips last about 30 seconds and depict Sheen smiling on cameras as he brazenly indulges in the illegal drug.
Once high, the Tinseltown train-wreck seduces his male companion before pleasuring the individual with a hardcore sex act.
A source told Radar the videos were recorded in Nevada in 2011.
It’s a stunning development at the heart of a deepening scandal engulfing the Hollywood megastar who was once the highest paid actor on television.
The tape was at the center of an explosive “J. Roe v. John Doe” lawsuit that alleged an “A-List celebrity” spread herpes, Radar has learned.
For the first time, Radar can reveal kinky Sheen, 50, was the megastar identified only as someone of “substantial international fame” in explosive litigation that alleged he orchestrated a “nefarious plot” to lure a victim into sex despite having herpes.
Sensationally, it was alleged Sheen told the man he had “no venereal diseases.”
At that point, they watched porn and engaged in “mutual oral copulation, mutual self-gratification, rubbing and massaging each other, play-wrestling, licking and (unprotected) intercourse.”
Radar has learned Sheen later settled that case for millions of dollars, according to a source, after he learned he was caught on tape with the man!
A lawyer also contacted the publication to clarify their report.
The attorney in the lawsuit, Keith Davidson, just contacted Radar and provided the following statement. “The alleged video that you purportedly reviewed has nothing to do with the above referenced lawsuit which was filed and subsequently dismissed more than five years ago,” he said, adding, “Though there was video evidence involved in the aforementioned case, that video evidence did not come close to portraying what you have described. Furthermore there was but one copy of that case related video evidence. That sole copy of the video evidence was irretrievably destroyed.”