The lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court does not name Charlie or the plaintiff (she signed a non-disclosure agreement), but the documents (acquired by Us Weekly) say the defendant discussed his HIV on television on Nov. 17, 2015, the same day he appeared on the Today show.
The plaintiff claims she met Charlie in September 2015 and the two had protected sex until October, when they skipped protection. After intercourse, The plaintiff says Charlie allegedly “threw a bag of pills on the bed” before allegedly telling her he was HIV-positive.
He also told her he was “noble” for revealing his diagnosis, and claims he didn't tell her previously because it's "none of your f---ing business."
The plaintiff is suing for battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress and fraud.
Charlie was previously sued by his former fiancée, Brett Rossi, in December 2015.
Brett similarly claimed the actor didn’t tell her about his HIV after his diagnosis. She also sued Charlie for assault and battery, and claimed the actor forced her to have an abortion in March 2014. ~Brenden Zerihun