His claims he was honest about disclosing his HIV status have been refuted by many, and now, Charlie Sheen could be potentially facing some major legal battles.
According to reports, not only is the star facing some potential civil suits from women seeking damages for his allegedly not disclosing before they had sex, but he could be facing criminal charges as well.
According to Fox News, several women have come forward to say they weren't notified of his HIV status before engaging in sex, and law enforcement is trying to come up with a full list and number of women as part of a potential criminal investigation.
"They are trying to come up with a list," a source said. "They envision a lengthy criminal investigation. They are not ignoring it, because they can't. This is categorized as highly sensitive material."
However, the attempt has been made a bit difficult, as several of the women don't want to have their names put out in public. The insider has said this won't stop the police from investigating the actor.
Meanwhile, several women have reportedly retained attorney Gloria Allred in an ongoing pursuit to sue the actor in civil court as well, though details about that potential lawsuit are still being kept under wraps.
Allred did confirm she had been contacted by several women in "reference to Charlie Sheen and their rights" but said she has "no comment" on the next steps.
However, one ex who won't be suing Sheen is nurse Amanda Bruce, who appeared along with Sheen's doctor on Dr. Oz to confirm she knew he was HIV positive but still continued to have unprotected sex with him on a daily basis, despite warnings not to.
"I mean, if I had met him on one night, and we had decided to engage in this, I'd say, 'That's Russian Roulette,'" Bruce said. "The reality is, we had known each other for many months before we engaged in [sexual relations], and we were a couple, I was in love with him."
Bruce says she is HIV Negative.