The former Two and a Half Men star is still adjusting to his life-altering diagnosis 'I have mad gratitude, per cent. While he voluntary went public with his positive status, the news seemed to have the predictable consequence of imposing celibacy on the notoriously debauched star. After a public meltdown, Charlie left the enormously lucrative and popular Two and a Half Men Luckily, it seems the Hot Shots star has discovered an unexpected bonus stemming from his current lack of sexual activity.
And if available, awesome. If not, no big deal. Charlie is learning to be philosophical about his future and hang out with his family more; here is pictured with his family while receiving his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Of course, as he moved on to other topics during the interview, more of his controversial points of view were vocalized. When his upcoming film Nine Eleven, about the September 11th terrorist attacks in New York City, was mentioned, he couldn't help but talk about the 'truth.
You have to take everything you have ever known about simple physics for one day and put it on its ear. And then on the 12th you can believe what you used to,' he said, implying the World Trade Center towers were not in fact felled by airliners. Still the same Charlie: Some have said he was a curious choice given his history, but Charlie has his own perspective.
I get that part of the argument. If not me, who? The Hollywood vet also touched on the subject of his latest financial endeavor, which sees him taking on the role of condom spokesperson for the new Lelo Hex condom brand pictured here in a commercial for the brand Painting the town red: On Friday Charlie Sheen took his mind off things as he enjoyed a well-deserved night out in London Night out with pals: The year-old actor was seen leaving Novikov bar in London's Mayfair with a group of friends before heading to his hote Fun times: Chatting with fans, Charlie seemed happy and relaxed before he got into a cab which took him back to his hotel Charlie was in London on Saturday at a press conference for the Lelo Hex 'unbreakable' range of condoms.
He is promoting the brand after he revealed he contracted HIV after he had unprotected sex on two occasions. The actor took questions at the conference and sat with executives from the brand, which believes it has 'revolutionized' condom technology. Charlie spoke at the 'unbreakable' conomes press conference in London on Saturday Bemused: The actor was joined by executives from the company that he is now promoting after he contracted HIV Relaxed: The star looked somewhat confused before he began speaking at the high profile event Waiting to respond: Charlie listened as an audience member asked a question from the floor to the panel.