Following his confession that he is HIV positive, In Touch Weekly has exclusively obtained the non-disclosure agreement that Charlie Sheen had his sexual partners sign when they came to his house.
In the legal paperwork, his sexual partners must agree to keep any communication (both written and verbal), personal information and details of their interaction with the actor private or face legal ramifications.
The document forbids anyone who signs the paperwork from disclosing the previously defined “confidential information” to friends, family, social networks, media outlets, publishers, etc. or face legal consequences.
Should someone who signs the agreement fail to follow the aforementioned rules, they must compensate the Two and a Half Men actor with a fine of $100,000 in addition to any money incurred from breaking the agreement.
The document also addresses potential disputes, and declares that any disagreements between Charlie and one his partners who signed the document must be settled by an arbitrator — which is an individual outside the court of law who handles disputes.
“By agreeing to arbitration, we are giving up any rights we may have to a trial by a judge or jury with regard to the matters which are required to be submitted to mandatory binding arbitration,” the agreement states. “We understand, acknowledge and agree that there is no right to an appeal or a review of an arbitrator’s award as there would be of a judge or jury’s decision.”
While he took extreme precautions when it comes to keeping his own sexual partners quiet and his own sexual history private, a source tells In Touch the actor took his secrecy even further.
According to the source, Charlie didn’t disclose he was HIV positive to all of his partners before engaging sexually — despite his claims stating otherwise.
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