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Charlie Sheen To Reveal He Is HIV Positive, On The 'Tonight' show?

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The speculations regarding the playboy of Hollywood who is carrying the deadliest virus HIV, seems to have come to an end. The 'Two And A Half Men' actor is supposedly going to reveal on the 'Tonight' show that he's being treated for HIV positive.

According to the TMZ reports, Charlie is going to appear on the 'Tonight' show on Tuesday, November 17, 2015 and make a "revealing personal announcement". The news about the mystery man in Hollywood with HIV positive, was first out on November 2, 2015.

Charlie Sheen To Reveal He Is HIV Positive?

The online gossip magazine, 'Radar Online' published a long article on November 2nd about an unnamed actor in Hollywood who was diagnosed with AIDS. Within no time the news spread like a fire on the internet.

Many sites when on to claim that the unnamed actor is a "dirty playboy" of Hollywood who was associated with many women from within the industry and outside. There were speculations that some of the actresses were really worried and getting themselves checked.

Charlie Sheen To Reveal He Is HIV Positive?

Yesterday, November 17, 2015, the name was finally revealed and it is none other than the actual playboy, Charlie Sheen. As the magazines such as USA today, TMZ and Hollywood reporter, reported the news, Charlie became a trending topic on Twitter.

The 'Wolf Of Wallstreet' actor Charlie Sheen's private life became public in 2011, when he got fired from the show 'Two And A Half Men'. He got fired after a public meltdown which resulted in shutting down of the show. He was paid $1.25 Million per episode of the show.

Charlie Sheen To Reveal He Is HIV Positive?

The actor was subject to drug abuse and has been married many times. He was known for his linkups with the prostitutes and lived with three women at a time. Hollywood PR specialist Howard Bragman spoke about the news and said:

"I've known about this a long time, it's not a surprise to me. I feel very sorry for his pain. And I hope it's used as a teachable moment for the world. This is a disease that can affect anyone."

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