Charlie Sheen How actor is dealing with new HIV diagnosis

The former 'Two and a Half Men' star has become recluse in his own home, smoking crack cocaine and watching his old movies over and over with pron stars to deal with the heartbreaking diagnosis.

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Charlie Sheen is believed to be the Hollywood megastar who is secretly battling HIV and here's how the actor is dealing with the devastating diagnosis so far.

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According to an exclusive report by UK's Daily Mail, the former 'Two and a Half Men' star has become recluse in his own home, smoking crack cocaine and watching his old movies over and over to deal with the heartbreaking diagnosis.

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A source tells the media outlet that Sheen became isolated from the rest of the world  over the past two years, paying both male and female porn stars $25,000 - $30,000 charlie sa night to come and party with him at his house and rarely venturing out.

The actor has reportedly been receiving drugs regularly and has been paranoid that someone would leak his secrets. Hence he has set up a security command post in his garage where he forces guests to sign no-disclosure agreements and leave their cell phones before they can enter his home.

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"I know he doesn't like to leave his house - he's like a recluse. He has a full security team. So when he has girls come over you start out in the garage - that's where the command post is with the security team. You have to sign a non-disclosure agreement, you have to leave your cell phones and then you can actually enter the house," a top porn director, who knows various 'adult' stars who have visited Sheen's Hollywood mansion, told Daily Mail Online.

The 50-year-old is set to announce in a TV interview on Today program on Tuesday, November 17.

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