It's coming up on two years now since Charlie Sheen revealed to the world that he's HIV positive -- and he's been doing pretty well, right?
You know, for Charlie Sheen.
He seems to be healthy, but he's occasionally been getting into trouble and saying bizarre, troubling things.
Par for the course for this guy.
But while things have been going on normally for Charlie for a while now, that's all about to end, thanks to a bombshell new lawsuit.
In the court documents, an unnamed woman claims that Charlie lied about being free of STDs in order to have unprotected sex with her.
Note: Charlie Sheen is never officially named in the suit, but the defendant is described as a man who gave televised interviews about HIV on November 17th, 2015, and June 21st, 2016.
On both of those dates, Charlie appeared on the Today show to talk about his diagnosis.
The woman claims that she and Charlie began dating in September of 2015, and before they had sex, she asked if he had any STDs.
He said that he didn't, that he was "fine" and she "needed to trust him."
They still waited for about two months to have unprotected sex, but immediately after they did, Charlie allegedly revealed that he was, in fact, HIV positive.
The plaintiff claims that he "threw a bag of pills on the bed," and told her that if she took them, she'd be fine.
But he also said that in reality, the pills were unnecessary, and he advised her not to believe "the convenient rumors of the medical community."
She also says that he told her he was "noble" for informing her at all, because it was "none of [her] f-cking business."
"This is more about ... not if, but when you do come down with this," he reportedly told her, "that we're together and at least we have each other."
Other times, she claims that Charlie told her he could "see the future," and he knew she'd be all right because the "apocalypse" had "cleansed" her soul.
The lawsuit isn't all that hard to believe -- Charlie himself has admitted that he hasn't always used protection, even after learning of his HIV status.
He said that he withheld that information because when he'd told previous partners about it, they attempted to blackmail him.
But still, you know, that's illegal.
In this new lawsuit, the plaintiff says that Charlie told her that he was facing other lawsuits from women he'd exposed to the virus.
He allegedly referred to those women as "assholes" and "f-cking n-----s."
Right now, it's not clear if the woman suing Charlie actually is HIV positive as a result from his actions, or if she's just suing him for exposing her.
She's suing him for battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence, negligent infliction of emotional distress, and fraud.
And if even part of what she says is true, hopefully she'll get every penny she's suing him for.
Knowingly sleeping with him, despite his HIV status is one thing -- his current girlfriend is making that choice, and that's perfectly fine, of course.
But taking away someone's choice and exposing them to this virus against their knowledge?
Surely even Charlie Sheen can do better than that.