Charlie Sheen To Reveal "Personal Announcement" On TODAY Show

One of the most precious things we have in life is our health. Taking care of our health and being responsible for our wellbeing is the greatest gift we can give ourselves. How we care for it can take many different forms, from exercising regularly and eating right to practicing safe sex. It is beyond scary to think that one moment of carelessness or personal compromise can lead to a potentially life threatening ailment. It appears that Charlie Sheen may personify this fear. charlie sheen Set to appear Tuesday morning on TODAY, Sheen will sit down with Matt Lauer to make a "revealing personal announcement." While the details of this announcement have not been released, The National Enquirer has reported that Charlie Sheen is HIV positive and PEOPLE confirmed the news hours later. A source told the Enquirer that "Charlie had sex with multiple partners since learning his HIV status without informing them of his potentially deadly HIV infection." In a damning video obtained by the Enquirer, Sheen's former fiancée, adult film star Scottine Ross, is seen shouting  "You exposed me to HIV for a year and a half!" while an insider claims, "Sheen waited over four months to inform Scottine that he was HIV positive. From the very beginning, Sheen never used protection, saying he 'loved' her." conflead17f-1-web Until Sheen's interview airs tomorrow, we don't actually know the facts of this story and whether or not he knowingly put his lovers at risk. While we are not here to judge Sheen's life decisions, we are here to offer him as a cautionary tale. We all have to be grown up and responsible when it comes to protecting ourselves. Our self-worth has to come first. Until you know for certain, condoms should always be used. Being HIV positive is not a diagnosis that should result in being ostracized or stigmatized. Drugs are better and people are living fuller and healthier lives. However, it is still a frightening diagnosis and can largely be avoided. HIV and AIDS coverage has fallen out of fashion since the 90s, but that doesn't mean it is any less of a risk. Please don't let it slip your minds in the heat of passion. Don't put yourself at risk, always protect yourself and others. What are your thoughts on this story? Were you shocked to find out? Source: Daily Mail [caption id="attachment_118223" align="alignnone" width="100"]@BodyRockOfficial @BodyRockOfficial[/caption] [caption id="attachment_118224" align="alignnone" width="100"]@BodyRockTV @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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