A new video has surfaced showing Charlie Seen sniffing cocaine and having sex with another man in a Las Vegas hotel room in 2011, the same year he claims he was diagnosed with HIV.
A new video has surfaced showing Charlie Sheen sniffing cocaine and having sex with another man in a Las Vegas hotel room in 2011, the same year he claims he was diagnosed with HIV.
This rather disturbing report comes just weeks after the 50-year-old actor confirmed he's been battling the sexually transmitted disease for four years in an interview with 'Today' show.
In the same interview, Sheen assured viewers that it was "impossible" for him to have spread the virus. However, multiple sex partners have come out to say they had unprotected sex with the actor and he never told them he was HIV positive.
According to Radar Online, they have a video which shows the former 'Two and a Half Men' star smoking crack and performing oral sex with another man. (Radar is yet to publish the video). During their hotel room hook-up, Sheen's alleged male partner says they engaged in "mutual oral copulation, mutual self-gratification, rubbing and massaging each other, play-wrestling, licking and (unprotected) intercourse."
Sources told the gossip site that the video was recorded in 2011 - the same year that Sheen was diagnosed with HIV. But it's unclear if Sheen caught the virus before or after the incident. The site further report that both clips last about 30 seconds each and show Sheen smiling and smoking crack before seducing the other man, who is not named.
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The video clips were reportedly at the center of a $20million lawsuit against Sheen, filed by the other man in the video who claimed he got herpes from the actor. The man in the video also says Sheen claimed he had 'no venereal disease' but that after their tryst he was diagnosed with herpes, his lawsuit alleged, reports UK's Daily Mail.