In Touch Weekly — Following his confession that he is HIV positive, In Touch Weekly has exclusively obtained the non-disclosure agreement that Charlie Sheen had his sexual partners sign when they came to his house.
In the legal paperwork, his sexual partners must agree to keep any communication (both written and verbal), personal information and details of their interaction with the actor private or face legal ramifications.
The document forbids anyone who signs the paperwork from disclosing the previously defined “confidential information” to friends, family, social networks, media outlets, publishers, etc. … and declares that any disagreements between Charlie and one his partners who signed the document must be settled by an arbitrator. …
I’m going to ask a rhetorical question I asked the OMFers on Ordway, Merloni & Fauria on the air Tuesday: Do you think that when Charlie Sheen got the news he was HIV positive, there was any part of him saying “Why me?” Or “What did I do to deserve this?” I mean, this isn’t a man who came in contact with tainted blood being a Good Samaritan at the scene of a car accident or got exposed by a dental hygienist with a hole in her rubber gloves. The guy has made a lifestyle out of touching everything but the third rail and has swapped more dirty needles than the Deflator and Dorito Dink like he’s never spoken to a doctor or seen a public service announcement in his life.
Now a day or two ago, I might have thought twice about saying this because you hate to seem like you’re blaming the victim. But this is a guy who was having unprotected sex with women knowing he was risking giving them a microscopic death warrant and did it anyway. Which we now find out he was doing after making them sign a paper more complicated than my last mortgage refinance so that he could trust them. That’s not blaming the victim. That’s just having an understanding of what irony is.
On a side note, every couple of months or so I try to donate blood. And before you do, the Red Cross makes you fill out this form asking you all sorts of very specific questions like, “Have you had an organ transplant in a foreign country?” or, “Have you had a blood transfusion in Africa?” and, “In the last year have you had sex for a fee?” One of the things that’s always bothered me is while the answer is always “no” and they take my blood, the survey always draws a giant circle of boring around just how plain and vanilla my life has been. But having seen what Charlie Sheen has to go through just to get his freak on and what it’s done to him, I’m feeling better about my life of quiet desperation.
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