Charlie Sheen may have gone to extremes to ensure the truth about his HIV Status was kept secret, but his claims that he was honest with all of his partners may have in fact been a lie.
Sheen confirmed his diagnosis in an interview with Matt Lauer on The TODAY Show Tuesday, and during the interview, insisted he had been honest with each of the partners he had sexual contact with over the last four years, a claim that was almost immediately refuted by his goddess exes Bree Olson and Natalie Kenly, as well as several other women who are reportedly planning to sue the star. And if they are successful in taking their cases to court, it could lead to an ugly battle for the star.
In Touch Weekly has obtained a copy of what appears to be a non-disclosure agreement Sheen would have any of his sexual partners sign before they even came into his home, which would prohibit them from disclosing any "previously disclosed confidential information" to anyone, including friends and family, publishers and media outlets, or posting anything about it on social media. Should a partner sign the agreement and break the rules, they would need to pay Sheen a fine of $10,000 and any disputes would be required to be handled out of court.
However, though the document alludes to confidential information that was previously disclosed, it is not clear whether the information was Sheen's HIV status, and a source told the magazine that he didn't disclose to every sexual partner, despite his claims.
Meanwhile, the actor's reaction to his diagnosis, which he owned up to being partially responsible for his claims of having "Tiger Blood" and his apparent meltdown a few years back, may have been more serious than previously thought, as a former PA, on condition of anonymity, has since spoken out about the actor's way of life after his diagnosis, saying his entire staff knew the truth, but that Sheen would stay holed up in a party and drug den all the time.
"He lives in a $20 million house but he likes to stay in a small room and have the door closed and do whatever he's doing in there," she told radio station KIIS 1065. "It's his dark little corner where he had his drugs and is survivng off Naked Juices and is just kind of holed-up. There's a full staff downstairs at all times for his beck and call...but he rarely goes outside and he never really leaves that little room. It's sad."
Meanwhile, Sheen's doctor, who appeared for a segment of his interview, appears to have his own claims to fame before becoming known as the man who has been treating Sheen for HIV. According to US Weekly, Dr. Robert Huizenga is actually the resident expert for NBC's The Biggest Loser, and has been a part of the show for the last 14 seasons. In addition, he was the team physician for the Oakland Raiders for eight years prior to appearing to the show.