Sheen tells Lauer on Today, that he is HIV positive, but he does not have AIDS:
I’m here to admit that I am in fact HIV Positive…It started with what I thought was a series of crushing headaches. I thought I had a brain tumor. I thought it was over. It’s a hard three letters to absorb. It’s a turning point in one’s life…[I had to speak out] to put a stop to this barrage of attacks of sub-truths and very harmful and mercurial stories that threaten the health of so many others…I have a responsibility now to better myself and help a lot of other people.
Sheen also says he has been the victim of years of blackmail, giving millions of dollars in extortion money to prostitutes with whom he had relations in hopes that they would keep his HIV status a secret.
My trust turned to their treason.
He admits having unprotected sex with two individuals, whom he says were warned beforehand and “under the care” of his doctor.He also says he’s no longer doing drugs, but still drinks “a little bit.”
DeWulf speaks to Shape Magazine about working with Sheen.
I love working with Charlie! There are obviously a lot of opinions out there, but I wish more people could know how nice and caring he is. Our crew just loves and adores him, and working with him is one of the best parts of my day.
Charlie Sheen makes a military-style entrance on Conan, where he talks to O’Brien about a brand of pot named after him, the cause of his meltdown, and his desire to become friends with Justin Bieber.
Sheen speaks to Playboy Magazine about public scandals that cause him to be fired from the television show Two and a Half Men, which include his public addictions to drugs, porn stars, and trashing hotel rooms:
Yeah. It was surreal. And it never occurred to me where this stuff was going to end up or how it was going to be perceived. I didn’t care about anything beyond the moment. And then I was a little shocked by how huge the whole thing became. It was like an organism you couldn’t stop. It kept growing.
Williams interviews Charlie Sheen and questions him about his two live-in girlfriends Rachel Oberlin and Natalie Kenly.
It was really an experiment. Just seeing if you could keep two women together peacefully under the same roof. It’s really hard. Unless they’re lesbians, you know?