According to Us Weekly, A Tale of Tiger Blood may be coming to a bookstore near you.
Granted, that's a working title (made up by The Hollywood Gossip), but it doesn't change the fact that Charlie Sheen is getting set to write a book.
An insider tells the aforementioned tabloid that Sheen’s manager, Mark Burg, has been “buried with offers” from publishers asking Sheen to tell his story.
This doesn't exactly come as a surprise.
Sheen is the most famous actor or actress to ever be diagnosed as HIV positive.
He made this startling reveal Tuesday morning on The Today Show, admitting at the time that he has been extorting for millions of dollars ever since learning the news for himself four years ago.
Sheen told Matt Lauer at one point that his financial situation is not great.
He also said the following:
“I’m here to admit that I am HIV-positive… I have to put a stop to this barrage of attacks of sub-truths and very harmful and mercurial stories that are about me that are threatening the health of so many others."
Along with the HIV diagnosis, Sheen could write about his history of drug and prostitute use, the latter of which he once spent over $1 million on.
Over the course of a single year.
Since announcing his health status, Sheen has been hailed as courageous by some and as a coward by others.
Former sitcom co-star Jenny McCarthy, for example, finds it appalling that Sheen did not tell her about his situation back when they pretended to sleep with each other on TV.
Would you purchase a Charlie Sheen memoir?
Would you title it Two and a Half Men Minus One and a Half: The Story of One Man?
Neither would we.