Actor Charlie Sheen appeared on the Dr. Oz show and revealed that the doctor who said he cured the actor’s HIV is “dangerous.”
The treatment consisted of the use of arthritic goat milk to “cure” HIV.
“He would have stuff delivered at all hours of the night, and I was an idiot to keep taking it. It was just the BS started to really pile up with this guy. I was in Mexico probably for 32 hours. He says I was there for two months, so his math skills are equally as challenged as his science,” revealed the actor to Dr. Oz.
“I don’t think I was dying. It’s very bizarre, his memory of our initial time together. I couldn’t keep track of this guy. He didn’t really have an office I could go to,” the actor continued of his bizarre experience.
Sheen then remarked on the doctor’s claim two weeks ago that in order to prove he cured the actor of his HIV, he injected himself with the actors infected blood.
“I am not cured, no,” Sheen admitted.
The actor also stated that he did not physically see Dr. Chachoua inject himself.
“Thinking back on it, his back was to me. And he might have switched the needle, but it wasn’t like, here, look, bang. I had an injury, I had some swelling in my elbow, so he removed some of the fluid, and there was some blood in the fluid, and he said, ‘I’m going to show you how confident I am in that first treatment I gave you.’ … And his back was to me. Perhaps [he switched syringes],” said Sheen of the doctor’s bizarre methods.
Sheen then admitted to Dr. Oz that he was wrong in trusting someone who did not treat him properly for his disease.
“I am not a liar,” he added. “I think what we’re observing from him is an absolute grand work of fiction. I think guys like him are dangerous. I’m not going to be trading my meds for arthritic goat milk. I’m just saying.”
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