Brooke Mueller and Denise Richards aren't the only ones who've seen their Charlie Sheen cash flow dry up in the wake of his bombshell HIV confession. RadarOnline.com has learned that the troubled actor has quietly stopped paying off the former sex partners he tried to silence for years — with a few notable exceptions!
Multiple sources confirmed to Radar that Sheen, 50, has stopped paying out to former partners the confidential settlements that he struck to maintain his HIV secret. However, the disgraced actor is adamant he will continue to pay off two classes of claimants: Male lovers who sued, and transsexuals.
As Radar reported, it wasn't just women who were part of Sheen's twisted web of depravity.
Indeed, Sheen was actually caught performing oral sex — ON ANOTHER MAN — in an outlandish and disturbing video clip. Radar viewed the footage, which showed the drugged-up actor smoking a crack pipe and performing fellatio on a male lover and lasted about 90 seconds in total.
"Charlie is secretly bisexual," a source confided to Radar back in November. "He's had sex partners of all kind. He'd regularly spent thousands of dollars to sleep with transsexual hookers who he would hire and have them service him at his Mulholland Estate mansion."
And he'll pay anything to keep them quiet.
"At this point, Sheen doesn't care if a woman came forward. But his deepest and darkest secrets rest with the lovers he doesn't ever want to go public," said the source.
But the decision to stop paying off his female playmates is already causing even more legal complications for the actor, said the source.
"Since he's stopped paying, Charlie and his lawyers have been forced back into mediation sessions" with several of the women, the insider claimed. "Those who made claims against him are desperately attempting to have the payments reinstated."
As Radar first exposed, Sheen used non disclosure agreements to secure the silence of individuals who he engaged in sex with at his Mulholland Estate home — a move that effectively muzzled them from going public once they learned of his medical crisis.
The document compelled the women, men and transsexuals he'd bedded to utilize the services of a confidential arbitration before a mediator. The mediator, instead of a judge, would determine what — if any — liability the former Two and a Half Men star would be responsible for.