After former girlfriends Bree Olson and Natalie Kenly publicly accused Charlie Sheen of failing to disclose his HIV-positive status before engaging in sexual activity, ex-fiancée Brett Rossi has come forward with a similar claim.
Rossi filed a lawsuit on Thursday for assault and battery, emotional distress, false imprisonment and negligence, PEOPLE reports. The 26-year-old says Sheen backed out of their agreement to pay her $1 million plus 5 percent of back end pay from Anger Management after revealing his status on the Today Show on Nov. 17.
In the suit, she claims he forced her to sign a nondisclosure agreement before he "became violent and abusive and uncontrollable." She also alleges that she found out about his HIV-positive status after discovering his medication and confronting him about it. By then, they’d reportedly had sex at least five times.
The lawsuit also states that Sheen forced her to have an abortion in March 2014 because "he did not want his child to have his blood type." In other words, HIV. Rossi also says he "became increasingly less diligent and responsible in taking his HIV medication as a result of his illegal drug use" between July and Sept. 2014.
Per Rossi, the pair first met on Nov. 1, 2013 at his L.A. home when she agreed to have sex with him for $10,000.