Jenny McCarthy just can't stop talking about Charlie Sheen and his recent HIV diagnosis.
The radio show host spoke about the actor's HIV and the time that she spend with him the set of Two and a Half Men.
"Playing even his love interest on the show, back in the day, I go, 'Ick! That's not fair. It's scary.' I have sympathy for him because, you know, he's sick and it's awful, but man, he's going to have to take some major accountability with many people in his life," she said.
Now McCarthy is responding to the backlash via Twitter further explaining the point she was trying to make about the double standard in the film industry.
"The point I raised about Charlie Sheen on my Sirius radio show, had nothing to do with whether or not I think he put me at risk. I simply took issue with a double standard in the industry. Every actress (and actor for that matter) must disclose hundreds of personal health matters before ever being allowed to set foot on a film set. Yet an actor who interacts physically with dozens of actresses in intimates scenes, is not required to disclose that he has HIV? I am very aware that HIV is not spread through kissing, but I also believe that if an actress has to disclose all of her business before kissing a male costar, that actor should be required to disclose something a major as an HIV infection too. His disclosures in his personal life are none of my business, and are for him to reconcile with the people he interacted with privately. I am not one of them," she wrote.
Sheen's manager, Mark Burg, already responded to McCarthy's previous comments to PEOPLE.
Sheen "was infected long after he left Two and a Half Men and long after he worked with Jenny."
We are waiting to see if he responds to her most recent remarks.