A sex contract Charlie Sheen asked his sexual partners to sign has been made public.
It comes a day after he revealed on live TV that he had HIV and had been blackmailed by numerous people.
In an attempt to keep his diagnosis a secret the actor gave his partners a non-disclosure agreement – making them agree to keep all details of their meeting private.
The documents, obtained by In Touch Weekly, reveal that if anyone does pass on “confidential information” to friends, media etc they would face legal consequences.
Confidential information included emails, instant messages and “any other format of embodying information or data”.
They would also be forced to pay a fine of $100,000 to Charlie.
In case of disputes, it reveals an arbitrator would be called to settle any issues.
It states: “By agreeing to arbitration, we are giving up any rights we may have to a trial by a judge or jury with regard to the matters which are required to be submitted to mandatory binding arbitration.