On Tuesday, Charlie Sheen revealed to the world that he's been HIV-Positive for the past four years and his financial status is currently "not great."
Considering the former sitcom star — who used to make nearly $2 million per episode on Two And A Half Men — reportedly dished out millions of bucks to keep his condition on the DL, we can imagine it was starting to take a toll on his bank account.
Now, Variety reports the 50-year-old is planning to sell two of his three Beverly Hills mansions in the star-studded neighborhood Mulholland Estates.
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Martin Sheen's son is supposedly keeping a 7,924-square-foot mansion he purchased for $7.2 million in 2006 while putting a 6,625-square-foot, five bedroom Spanish Villa-style home he bought in 2012 for $4.8 million, and a 9,020-square-foot, six-bedroom mansion he bought for $6,999,999 in 2011 on the market.
That'll hopefully cushion his financial problems some!
We imagine the extra funds will be necessary if he ends up facing criminal charges for allegedly failing to inform his many sexual partners of his HIV-Positive status…
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