Charlie Sheen Did actor lie about being sober for 11 years?

Did Charlie Sheen lie when he told Dr. Oz that he was sober for 11 prior to his HIV diagnosis in an interview on Tuesday, January 12?  Well, a new report claims he did!

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Charlie Sheen confirms he's HIV positive

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Did Charlie Sheen lie when he told Dr. Oz that he was sober for 11 prior to his HIV diagnosis in an interview on Tuesday, January 12?  Well, a new reports claims he did!

Sheen was diagnosed four years ago, meaning he claims he was sober up until 2011. However, in October 2010, the actor, now 50, went on a  "booze and blow binge" at the Plaza Hotel, according to New York Daily News.

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Charlie Sheen's ex Elizabeth Bentley attempts suicide

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The paper claimed the former 'Two and a Half Men' star admitted he had been drinking alcohol and using cocaine before cops found escort, Capri Anderson, naked and cowering in a corner around 1:30 a.m. Sources say Sheen was taken to a nearby hospital, accompanied by none other than ex-wife Denise Richards.

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According to Us Weekly, his rep revealed that Sheen was hospitalized after experiencing “an adverse allergic reaction to some medication." But the Plaza hotel incident was just one of many.

Earlier in 2010, Sheen was arrested Christmas Day, after he allegedly held a knife to then-wife Brooke Mueller's neck on vacation in Aspen, Colo.  Sheen expertly avoided jail time, attending a Malibu rehab facility instead.

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During his intimate sit-down on the Dr. Oz Show, Sheen shared his plans to serve as an avid spokesperson for the HIV-AIDS community from now on. "I hope in my abilities to do something really positive with this. I said to my mom, ‘This disease picked the wrong guy, If anybody can fight this thing and discover a cure, it's me,"  he told show host Dr. Mehmet Oz.

Looks like the notorious  bad boy has changed for good.

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