Could it be true that Charlie Sheen was even willing to pay $20,000 to have his ex-fiancee buried?
In a taped conversation obtained by The National ENQUIRER, which reportedly happened between the 50-year-old actor and a former lover, he sounded very furious towards Scottine Ross, aka Brett Rossi.
“This piece of s**t needs to be f***ing buried,” he said, according to Radar Online. “Family of gangsters. You get it.”
He even continued by saying, “I can’t be f***ing extorted.”
“It’s called treason,” the “Three Musketeers” star added. “You know what treason is? It’s punishable by death.”
When asked what he was planning to do, Charlie Sheen responded, “I’d rather spend 20-grand to have her head kicked in. Then people will realize, oh, it’s dangerous.”
In the meantime, Mirror UK, while still citing same audio tape, revealed that the multi-awarded actor even deceived his ex-lover by not telling her he is HIV positive prior to having an unprotected sexual intercourse.
“Why did you tell me you were not infected?” the woman in the taped conversation asked.
“Because it’s none of your f***ing business, OK!” the man replied.
“But if I wanted to have sex without a condom … it’s my right to know,” the woman stated, to which Charlie Sheen responded by saying, “You shouldn’t want to.”
In November, the actor admitted being diagnosed with HIV about four years ago during an interview with Today.
“It started with what I thought was a series of crushing headaches,” he shared. “I thought I had a brain tumor. I thought it was over.”
While he admitted about getting intimate with two different women without protection after his diagnosis, he pointed out that both of them knew about his condition beforehand. He also disclosed that they were being taken care of by his doctor.
Charlie Sheen insisted as well that he never had unprotected physical contact with anyone the moment he learned of his health condition.