Promiscuous actor Charlie Sheen broke his silence on reports that he will announce his HIV status on the "Today Show" tomorrow.
In a statement to gossip tabloid TMZ.com on Monday, Sheen's rep said the 50-year-old womanizer was taking HIV antiretroviral drugs for years, and that the HIV viral load is now "undetectable" in his bloodstream.
We're told Charlie freely admits he's had scores of sexual partners over the years, many of whom had intimate relations with him after his diagnosis. The implication here is clear ... Charlie is saying he didn't deceive anyone, since the blood tests did not reveal the presence of HIV.
Doctors beg to differ and say once someone has HIV they have it for life, at least until medicine advances.
As we reported, Charlie will discuss his HIV status Tuesday on "Today."