Charlie Sheen is ready to get real about his HIV-positive status. A new report says that he’s shopping a reality show around that will capture his life with HIV — get the full story here.
Charlie Sheen, 50, revealed he is HIV-positive in Nov. 2015, and now he’s reportedly ready to take us all behind the scenes. Read on to see why the Two and a Half Men star feels the need to tell his truth with the most public way possible: a reality show.
Charlie is trying to get a reality show about his HIV picked up, Us Weekly magazine reports in their July 25 issue. The show is about Charlie living with the virus and “his life in general”, a source tells the mag. “He’s met with various producers. He’d really open up and allow the cameras inside his world.” Yes, but do viewers want to go inside his world?
Charlie dropped the bombshell in Nov. 2015 that he’s HIV positive. “I’m here to admit that I am in fact HIV-positive,” he said in an appearance on the TODAY Show. “It started with crushing headaches and sweating the bed 2-3 nights…it’s a hard three letters to absorb, you know? It’s a turning point in one’s life.” Charlie also admitted that he continued to have unprotected sex even after receiving his diagnosis — yikes. “The two people that I did that with…they were completely warned ahead of time,” he told Matt Lauer. Charlie added that his ex-wives, Denise Richardsand Brooke Mueller, are aware of his HIV, and he’d known about for four years.
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