After revealing to the world he is HIV positive earlier this week, Charlie Sheen is reportedly planning to write a memoir that will include details of his diagnosis with the disease.
It’s believed after years of rumors, The Two And A Half Men star wants to set the record straight and tell his story in his own words.
According to reports, the 50-year-old actor’s manager, Mark Burg, has been meeting with publishers to discuss the memoir.
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The book will also detail Sheen’s long-running acting career.
Sheen appeared on the US TODAY Show on Tuesday and announced: “I’m here to admit that I am HIV-positive”. He admitted on live television that he was diagnosed four years ago and claimed he had been extorted for millions from those who knew he had the illness.