Charlie Sheen wants doctor that claimed to have cured him with Goat milk arrested


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Carlos Irwin Estévez, best known by his stage name Charlie Sheen has hit out at his controversial doctor who claimed he had cured the troubled actor of HIV with arthritic goat’s milk and told him to go off his medication.

In an interview with Inside edition, the Two And A Half Men star said Dr Sam, whose real name is Dr Samir Chachoua, should be prosecuted.

‘This guy is a liar and if he comes back here to practice medicine, he should be arrested,’ Sheen fumes in the spot set to air on Wednesday.

Speaking to Dr Oz, he goes on to say he is lucky he didn’t die after indulging in Dr Sam’s prescriptions for two months.

It comes soon after Sheen revealed the worrying news that his HIV numbers are ‘up’ after being encouraged to stop taking his antiviral drugs.

The actor, who revealed he was diagnosed with the virus four years ago, was said to have been responding well to the drugs but had gone off his medication after he sought alternative treatment from Chachoua two months ago.

Dr Oz will be seen on Wednesday telling Inside Edition: ‘Dr Sam could have killed Charlie Sheen.

‘He convinced him to go off medication, which have been effective for four years.’

The disgraced medic, who famously injected himself with Sheen’s HIV positive blood, claims his ‘cure’ based on the milk of arthritic goats had made the virus ‘undetectable’ in the Hollywood star, Gawker revealed.

During an interview on Real Time with Bill Maher he said that Sheen was ‘the first adult in history to go HIV negative’ thanks to his treatment and even claimed he had ‘cured countries’ of HIV and Aids.

But the 50-year-old Golden Globe winner refuted the extraordinary claims in a diatribe on Twitter last week.

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