120,000 US dollars in damages: Charlie Sheen agrees to process HIV infection with ex-girlfriend

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Charlie Sheen settles with ex-girlfriend

Charlie Sheen’s ex-girlfriend has accused the actor of having infected her with HIV. The dispute has been in court since 2017. Now there is an agreement on compensation of $ 120,000.

The legal battle between Charlie Sheen and an ex-girlfriend is apparently over. The actor infected her with HIV, the woman says. Now the two would have reached a settlement out of court. According to legal documents available to TMZ, an agreement was filed in LA County Superior Court on Aug. 24. Under Wednesday’s contract, Sheen agreed to pay the woman $120,000 in monthly installments of $10,000 each.

The lawsuit has been ongoing since 2017. The woman claimed in the lawsuit that she began an affair with Sheen in 2015. It is said that there was unprotected sex. She asked him if he had any sexually transmitted diseases. The actor would have denied this. The complainant states that he only informed her about his illness after the unprotected sex. He then gave her pills to prevent transmission.

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Sheen is not named in the complaint, though. However, on November 17, 2015, the suspect would have made his illness public on national television, which makes it possible to draw conclusions about Sheen. In 2015, the actor first spoke about his HIV status on The Today Show. There, the 56-year-old said he hid the diagnosis from at least two sexual partners. However, Sheen claimed to protect himself both times. The actor found out about the infection in 2011.

An ex-fiancé also made allegations: In 2015, Sheen’s ex-fiancée Brett Rossi also filed a lawsuit in which the 33-year-old said she had sex five times before finding out he was HIV positive. Rossi also claimed that Sheen had infected her with HIV. She was allegedly abused both physically and mentally.

(This article was first published on Saturday, August 27, 2022.)

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