Charlie Sheen Wants His Ex-Fiancee’s HIV Lawsuit To Be Dismissed, Calls Her ‘Extortionist’
The actor, who publicly revealed his HIV-positive status on the ‘Today’ show in November, claims that his ex-fiancee Brett Rossi’s lawsuit against him is ‘a case by an extortionist.’
Charlie Sheen hit back at his ex-fiancee Brett Rossi who filed a lawsuit against him. In new court documents filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday, December 7, the 50-year-old actor asked for the dismissal of her lawsuit as he claimed that it was motivated by money.
In the court documents obtained by Us Weekly, Charlie claimed that “this is a case by an extortionist, Scottine Ross aka Brett Rossi … who gets paid for sex as a prostitute and a porn star.” He went on saying, “Nearly a year into their relationship, Rossi revealed her true self: A woman motivated by greed and consumed with jealously.” Furthermore, the documents claimed that Brett “attempted to extort millions of dollars by disclosing Sheen’s medical condition even though she had signed a confidentiality agreement.”
The “Two and a Half Men” alum said that Brett was aware that he’s HIV-positive before they engaged in sexual acts. The actor also claimed that Brett had several partners when they were in relationship and given her occupation “as a porn star,” she had “hundreds, if not thousands of sexual partners” exposing her to sexually transmitted diseases.
“Rossi is banking on the fact that Sheen will pay her millions of dollars to avoid the negative publicity surrounding this action,” Charlie and his team alleged in the documents. Later on, the actor argued that Brett wanted “revenge” and tried to “punish Sheen for breaking off their engagement … and cutting her off financially.”