Brett Rossi, the ex-fiancee of Charlie Sheen, said she's "scared" of the actor and fears there could be backlash caused by her filing a lawsuit against hing. The former adult-film star is suing Sheen for assault, battery, emotional distress, false imprisonment and negligence.
In the lawsuit, Rossi (aka Scottine Ross) alleged the 50-year-old actor was "violent and abusive" toward her. She also claimed he locked her in a room and bullied her into getting an abortion last year because he feared the baby would be HIV-positive and his secret would come out. Sheen revealed his HIV diagnosis on NBC's "Today" show last month. Meanwhile, Rossi is HIV-negative.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight Friday after the breaking of news about her lawsuit, Rossi admitted she is "scared of Charlie."
"I'm scared of the backlash," Rossi said. "I know he doesn't love me. I know he doesn't regret anything. And I know he blames it on me. Most of all, I miss the kids, because his kids were my kids."
The model said she and Sheen had unprotected sex "on at least five occasions" before she found out he had HIV.
"I still think I miss what we could have had," she told ET. "But at the end of the day, he's an addict. He only loves himself; he never loved me."
Rossi told Fox News (via Us Weekly) Friday she has suffered symptoms similar to those associated with post-traumatic stress disorder. She said her symptoms are a result of her relationship with the former star of "Anger Management" and "Two and a Half Men."
"The reason why I'm speaking now is because I had no voice during our whole relationship and afterwards. … I'm terrified of him," Rossi said. "Charlie was so abusive to me and used intimidating tactics to make me fear for my life. Anyone who knows Charlie knows exactly what I'm talking about."