Charlie Sheen Forced To Take Drastic Measures To Afford HIV Payoffs
Charlie Sheen is planning to sell two of his Los Angeles mansions to make up for the millions of dollars he paid to keep people quiet.
The 50-year-old actor confirmed that he is HIV-positive to Matt Lauer Tuesday morning, and said he paid people “enough to bring it into the millions” to keep his secret under wraps. (RELATED: Charlie Sheen Confirms He’s HIV-Positive)
Now, a new report claims he is going to sell two of the three mansions he owns in the Beverly Hills area to make up for his financial losses.
Sheen will put his 6,625-square-foot Spanish villa that he bought for $4.8 million three years ago on the market.
He will also sell his 9,020-square-foot house that he paid $6,999,999 for, Variety reported. (PHOTOS: The Women Charlie Sheen Didn’t Tell About His HIV)
He plans to keep the 7,924-square-foot mansion he bought for $7.2 million. (RELATED: Heather Locklear Breaks Her Silence On Charlie Sheen’s HIV Diagnosis)