She's here! She's here!
What a special moment for these parents!
Coco shared a pic of the new beautiful baby girl (below):
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Wow. This is just sad.
Well, now we know she wasn't the only one.
In a horrible e-mail sent to several Sony higher-ups, one person wrote:
Not all of Charlie Sheen's exes are mad at the Two and a Half Men alum!
On Thursday, porn star Elizabeth Bentley revealed that she slept with the A-Lister several months ago and he didn't mention his HIV-positive status — but he was "thoughtful" enough to wear a condom. Jeepers!
Though this admission doesn't necessarily support the Anger Management star's claim that he's informed all of his sexual partners about his diagnosis, it's nice to see that one of his former "goddesses" isn't looking to sue!
Still, the XXX actress revealed that there were clues about Charlie's condition as there were pill bottles around, but she didn't feel the need to pry. Hmm, very inneresting.
In fact, Miz Bentley even feels that Martin Sheen's son was looking to protect her by
Well this is awkward.
As we previously reported, the blonde beauty took to her SiriusXM radio show on Wednesday and called out her former TV lover for not being more transparent with his diagnosis. Ouch!
However, the Red Dawn heartthrob didn't take Donnie Wahlberg's wife's shade lightly and quickly responded to her comments with a statement of his own.
Sheen's manager Mark Burg, noted:
However, it looks like that might not actually be the case.
The attorney issued a statement on Wednesday, revealing that she's been approached by multiple women who were most likely involved with the Anger Management alum:
On Wednesday, Jenny spoke out on the recent revelation that her former costar is HIV positive. Needless to say, the actress had A LOT of thoughts on the scandal.
"I have sympathy for him because he's sick and it's awful, but man he's going to have to take major accountability for many people in his life."
The "accountability" Jenny talks about hints at allegations that Sheen wasn't more honest about his diagnosis, especially with his sexual partners. The blonde even went on to argue that if actors have to disclose STDS like herpes when signing on for a role, then it's a no brainer that HIV diagnoses should also be brought up.
The mom of one explained:
"If I have to be upfront about a herpe how could you not be upfront about HIV? Being on Two and a Half Men myself and being on the show and playing a love interest you would think there would be some type of—I don't want to say—criminal issue but I don't even know how to feel about that. That could've been some valuable information."
Seems like a fair point! No one deserves to be unknowingly exposed to HIV!
Who knows, maybe this scandal with Charlie will change health standards in Hollywood!
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On Wednesday, the nurse went on The Dr. Oz show to open up about her sexual history with the 50-year-old, and how she willingly had unprotected sex with the actor even though she had been informed that he was HIV-positive.
But, the blonde admitted it didn't start out that way. She explained that she had waited for a little bit before deciding to ditch the protection.
Amanda began taking pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and also consulted the Anger Management alum's physician, Dr. Robert Huizenga, before engaging in sexual activities — without condoms — with the celeb.
Dr. Huizenga said that, between the PrEP and the level of the virus in the thespian's system, her risk of getting the disease was very small:
Bree Olson is still FURIOUS with Charlie Sheen.
In a recent interview, Bree slammed the actor for allegedly concealing his HIV diagnosis while the two were intimate and living together. The former porn star even went as far to say that she'll "never forgive" Sheen for his lies.
Olson railed against the father of five, saying:
"Charlie, you're a terrible person. You're a terrible person. I will never forgive you."
Yep, Olson is definitely PISSED. The only upside to this situation is that the blonde is officially HIV negative. Phew!
As to why Bree thinks Charlie chose not to disclose his diagnosis, she quipped: