Charlie Sheen’s HIV Is Undetectable, So Says TMZ

November 16, 2015 / Posted by:

We barely found out earlier that Charlie Sheen will announce on Today tomorrow morning that he’s HIV-positive and TMZ is already working it hard. TMZ’s sources say that Charlie knew about his HIV status for more than a year, but kept it to himself. Eventually, Charlie told friends and those friends told others who told people that he did sex with. Charlie’s ex sex pieces were of course mad that he didn’t tell them and threatened to sue him. Charlie reportedly hushed them all up with a pile of money in exchange for their silence and a signed confidentiality agreement. One of those settlements happened as recently as last month. When

Another source tells TMZ that Charlie has been on a series of meds and his status is now “undetectable.” Everything I know about being undetectable I learned from Looking on HBO (no, I didn’t). Being undetectable doesn’t mean you don’t have HIV anymore. It means that the HIV meds are working well and the amount of virus in the blood is lower than the amount a blood test can measure. The chances of passing the virus is less likely, but there’s still a risk. TMZ’s source that Charlie admits that he did it with several people throughout the years and says that he didn’t deceive any of them since he’s undetectable.

One of Charlie Sheen’s ex-goddesses, Bree Olson, has already said in a note on Facebook that she’s HIV negative, so she wants the tabloids to stop asking her about it! And a “source” tells People that Charlie’s second ex-wife Denise Richards has known for years and wants everyone to know that she’s HIV-negative.

“She’s known Charlie was HIV-positive for a number of years. He was infected after they divorced, and they haven’t been intimate since. Neither she nor their daughters are HIV-positive.”


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