Earlier today, we learned that Charlie Sheen wishes he had used more condoms in his younger years. (In this case, "his younger years" means ages 15 to 49).
Now it seems that a few other folks wish he'd wrapped it up as well - namely, all of his former partners and the California District Attorney's office.
For months, there have been rumors that Sheen is facing jail time for lying to failing to inform his past sex partners that he's HIV positive.
Now, thanks to Sheen's latest interview with Matt Lauer that aired on Today this morning, investigators may have all the evidence they need to press charges against the former Two and a Half Men star.
It seems the remark that really grabbed their attention came when Sheen answered a question about his regrets:
"I regret not using a condom one or two times when this whole thing happened,” Sheen told Lauer.
He went on to admit that there were at least two occasions in which he knowingly had sex while HIV positive, but did not tell his partner:
“There [were] two examples, but protection was always in place,” he said.
“And it was for the right reasons, because everyone that I had told up to that moment had shaken me down.”
Now, Radar Online is reporting that the DA may be planning to press charges against Sheen as early as this week.
“Charlie’s admission that he didn’t tell partners about his HIV has the DA chomping at the bit,” one insider tells the site.
It seems all they're waiting on is testimony from one of the several women have already publicly accused Sheen of misleading them about his condition.
“The DA’s office wants to go after him, but no one has come forward — yet," says the source.
Sheen says he recently test drove a high-tech, fool-proof condom from Sweden, so his future partners needn't worry.
Perhaps not surprisingly, he also says he's had trouble getting laid recently.