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Charlie Sheen: I had sex without a condom when I knew I had HIV; THREAT EX-GIRLFRIENDS CALL LAWYER TV show to air secret tape of his confession.

Byline: CHRISTOPHER BUCKTIN reporters@dailyrecord.co.uk

CHARLIE Sheen will be heard admitting he had unprotected sex after being diagnosed with HIV.

A documentary is to broadcast secret tapes of a lover blasting the actor for not telling her he was infected.

The recording appears to contradict his previous claims that he informed every sexual partner he had the virus.

Sheen's admission will be heard in a special National Enquirer Investigates documentary which airs on Saturday.

The woman is heard asking: "Why did you tell me you were not infected?" Sheen, 50, replies: "Because it's none of your f****** business OK?" She says: "But if I wanted to have sex without a condom it's my right to know."

He answers: "You shouldn't want to." The recording comes as ex-lovers disputed Sheen's claims he has only had unprotected sex twice in his life. Some are considering legal action.

Under California law, wilfully exposing partners to HIV is punishable by up to eight years in jail. After Sheen's diagnosis was made public in November, he said he had told every lover since he was infected.

In a tour in London to promote condoms, Sheen insisted he only had sex without protection twice.

But five women have rejected the claim, including his former girlfriends Amanda Bruce and Natalie Kenly.

A sixth also disputed his claim. She said: "I am aware of many women he had unprotected sex with during the period he covered up his HIV. Two is not the number. He is dreaming."

A Los Angeles lawyer said he has been contacted by two women claiming Sheen, who was engaged to Scottine Sheen, had slept with them knowing he had HIV.

But asked last night if he had put anyone else at risk by having unprotected sex, Sheen said: "I never did. On all five of my children, and my granddaughter, I never did.

"Because I wouldn't do that to someone. I would not. How could I explain it later?"

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REJECTION Natalie Kenly

SPLITCHARLIE and Scottine. Picture: George Pimentel/ WireImage

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