Charlie Sheen's Ex Had Unprotected Sex With Him Despite HIV

Posted: Nov 20 2015, 9:46pm CST | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News


Charlie Sheen Ex Had Unprotected Sex With Him Despite HIV
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Amanda Bruce took the high road saying that she had unprotected sex with Charlie Sheen knowing his HIV positive diagnosis because she was in love with him.

Amid the craze of Charlie Sheen’s confession that he has HIV and speculation about who knew and who didn’t, the trouble of who might sue him for having intercourse with them without telling them about HIV and then the people who knew and were getting paid by Charlie to keep quiet. 

His ex-wife Denise Richards says she knew about his diagnosis but he contracted it after their divorce. Former flames are not making any statements except maybe for Amanda Bruce. Amanda, a nurse by profession, was introduced to Charlie through a mutual friend. She dated the actor for seven to eight months. 

Following the disclosure, Amanda made a confession of her own. She said in a statement that she knew about Charlie’s diagnosis of being HIV positive. She said that Charlie never paid her to keep quiet. She loved him as the man and not the actor or the legend.

She made an even more startling confession when she said that she had unprotected sex with Charlie. Despite knowing that HIV virus was in his blood and she could contract it, she still had sex with him.

She said that they didn’t have unprotected sex until they were exclusive. She was very much in love with him and for her that meant being physically and emotionally close to Charlie.

She did not contract the disease. She said that she underwent excessive diagnostic testing to determine if she was HIV positive. She even saw his doctors for the details. She said that it was a Russian roulette situation with them but she loved him and it was worth the risk. He never hid anything from her and she was the one who convinced him to come out with it.

She said in an interview that the disease is so socially stigmatized even in this age. It is a treatable disease and people rarely die from it these days especially in the developed countries where treatment options are so readily available. 

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