Charlie Sheen
Actor Charlie Sheen arrives at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party in West Hollywood, California February 28, 2016. Reuters/Gus Ruelas

“Two and a Half Men” actor Charlie Sheen has admitted that he did not disclose his HIV condition to all his sexual partners. This comes after reports alleged that there are secret tapes of the controversial actor where he is being yelled at by an ex-partner for not disclosing his HIV status.

Sheen dropped this major bombshell in a recent interview with Piers Morgan. As per the actor, he did not reveal his HIV status to some of his partners in the fear that he would be blackmailed by the partners for financial gain. However, the 50-year-old actor stuck to his claims, that he never infected anyone with HIV.

“The only couple of times I didn't tell somebody was because the last 25 times I'd told somebody, they used it against me, and they used my medical condition for their own folly and financial gain,” Sheen said in an interview with Mail Online.

Sheen swore on all of his five children that he never infected anyone even when National Enquirer will be airing a documentary on the issue of Sheen having unprotected sex with women without disclosing his condition. Some are even considering bringing legal action against the Hollywood star for placing them at risk of HIV.

According to Mirror, five women, including Natalie Kenly and Amanda Bruce, have rejected Sheen’s claim of having unprotected sex only twice. A sixth woman said that she is “aware of many women he had unprotected sex with during the period he covered up his HIV.” Moreover, a Los Angeles lawyer claimed to have been contacted by two women who said that Sheen slept with them knowing he had HIV.

Two of the actor’s exes, Bree Olson and Brett Rossi had previously gone on record claiming Sheen never told them he was infected with HIV.