The LAPD has launched an intense investigation into claims Charlie Sheen covered up his HIV status, including allegations he was willing to pay to have his ex-fiancée murdered.
Brett Rossi (aka Scottie Ross) filed a "criminal threats" report against Sheen last week, and the claims she made were dark, to say the least. Now cops are forcing Radar Online and the National Enquirer to turn over tapes that could prove Rossi's allegations and incriminate Sheen.
"Ross stated that during the time she resided with Sheen she endured domestic violence, physical assaults and death threats," the emergency protective order Rossi was granted on April 1 reads. "Ross reported that on several occasions Sheen had brandished firearms at her and threatened her life. Ross stated that she did not report the violence and abuse at the time the incidents occurred, as she feared for her safety and was under Sheen's control.
"Ross stated she witnessed Sheen in fits of rage and violent outbursts on numerous occasions. Ross stated that she witnessed Sheen threaten to kill his former wife Denise Richards and their children's lives. Ross stated that Sheen made threats to ‘put a hit on her former boyfriend,' which Ross understood to mean Sheen wanted to hire someone to kill her former boyfriend.
"Ross stated that during the relationship, she discovered that Sheen was infected with and being treated for HIV. Ross stated that Sheen had not disclosed the fact that he was HIV positive to her.
"Ross further stated that Sheen had unprotected sex with her while infected with HIV and Sheen did not disclose that he was HIV positive to her prior to engaging in sexual intercourse."
Then, on March 31, Rossi read the article in the National Enquirer claiming the tabloid has tapes of Sheen threatening to kill her.
"This piece of shit needs to be f***ing buried... family of gangsters. You get it," the mag claims Sheen says on the tape. "It's called treason. You know what treason is? It's punishable by death.
"I'd rather spend 20-grand to have her head kicked in. Then people will realize, oh, it's dangerous."
Sheen's lawyer Marty Singer denied the claim in a statement, saying, "This is a publicity stunt. The TRO was obtained without notice to Charlie Sheen or his attorney. I believe it is the first time someone obtained an order based on a story in a tabloid."
Sheen himself has not commented on the matter, but this Instagram photo probably sums up his feelings well.
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