In a shocking video, Charlie Sheen claims to have mixed his HIV-infected blood with an uninfected sample to test the results after he was treated by Dr. Sam Chachoua, a controversial physician who claims he has a viable AIDS vaccine.
"I've been under the care of Dr. Sam for a couple weeks now, and we're seen some incredible results," Sheen claimed on a new YouTube video, which shows him having blood drawn from his arm.
The troubled 50-year-old actor then explained that he would see "what shakes out" after his HIV-positive blood is added to clean samples.
After several weeks, Sheen goes over the results of the blood interaction with his "friend" Stephanie, who points out that the blood will show whether Sheen's blood infected the other samples with the deadly virus.
"Each of these blood tests we see as absolutely non-detectable," said Stephanie.
"This is glaring evidence that we're on to something," insisted Sheen, who called the tests some "top-shelf, next-level s**t."
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"Now you're looking at healthy, normal cells, which doesn't happen when you're on the cocktail for sure," said Stephanie, who gave credit to Dr. Chachoua's therapy for making Sheen's virus non-detectable in his blood or cells.
"This defies any medical logic," added Sheen. "This shouldn't happen based on everything that I've been told to date."
As Radar reported, Sheen also claimed that he did the blood tests after dumping his old cocktail of drugs, which experts say are needed to keep virus levels manageable.
"I'm thinking this might be better than that," marveled Sheen of his seemingly magical therapy with Dr. Sam Chachoua. "I'm HIV-negative with blood tests. This is exciting."
However, it was all too good to be true. Sheen later recanted his claims in an interview with Dr. Mehmet Oz.
"I had been non-detectable, non-detectable and checking the blood every week and then found out the numbers are back up," Sheen told Oz. "I'm amazed that I'm actually alive."
Sheen also blasted Chachoua, who claimed to have injected the actor's HIV-positive blood into his own system and cured any infection with goat milk, for not having a license to practice in the United States.
And on Monday, Amanda Bruce, a nurse who said that she was in an exclusive relationship with the HIV-positive actor when they decided to stop using protection, is weighing in on the controversy as well.
Bruce demanded on Twitter that Dr. Chachoua "please bring forward the countries of people you've cured so they can tell their riveting stories." She also made a jab at Chachoua's "published" articles.