Jenny McCarthy doubled down on her comments that Charlie Sheen should have revealed his HIV diagnosis to her earlier.
The 43-year-old actress played his love interest a handful of times on “Two and a Half Men” between 2007 and 2011, and during her radio show earlier in the week, McCarthy said it was a double standard because she had to sign releases about her cold sores while he kept his HIV quiet.
McCarthy clarified her stance on Twitter Thursday. (RELATED: Brothel Manager: Charlie Sheen Paid Extra For Condom-Free Sex)
“I believe that if an actress has to disclose all of her business before kissing a male co-star, that actor should be required to disclose something (as) major as an HIV diagnosis,” McCarthy wrote.
“Who interacts physically with dozens of actresses in intimate scenes is not required to disclose he has HIV?”
Expanding on my Charlie Sheen actor/actress disclosure statement….. pic.twitter.com/DGlvLdXHc8
— Jenny McCarthy (@JennyMcCarthy) November 19, 2015
“His disclosures in his personal life are none of my business,” McCarthy added.
Sheen said he was diagnosed long after his run on “Two and a Half Men” ended. (VIDEO: Jenny McCarthy Blasts Charlie Sheen: You Should Have Told Me About HIV)