Results for - Charlie Sheen and Bill Cosby
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If Charlie Sheen had unprotected sex with anyone without revealing to them he was HIV positive, that is irresponsible and reckless, but I don't think that act by itself is criminalized by any law.
1. More than a year before Charlie Sheen's dismissal from the show Two and a Half Men, he assaulted his wife Brooke Mueller. He was also accused of assaulting porn star Capri Anderson in 2010. Why did the network not fire him?
The show was making big money
The public really didn't care that much about the victims
2. Before Bill Cosby was officially charged with any crime against women, his TV shows (I SPY, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, The Cosby Show) were pulled from syndication. Why did networks and distributors stop reruns of these shows?
They really care about women
The shows were not making much money anymore anyway
Just public pressure
3. Do you think people have less compassion for Charlie Sheen's victims than for Bill Cosby's victims?
Yes, because Charlie Sheen is and was a known bad boy and they should not have been involved with him.
Yes, because Brooke Mueller is perceived as a gold digger and the other woman is a porn star.
No, Bill Cosby just has more victims
No, people view the victims the same and have equal compassion for all of them
Other, I'll give my thoughts on this in the comments
4. Should Charlie Sheen's TV shows (Two and a Half Men, Anger Management) be removed from syndication?
5. If you do think Charlie Sheen's shows should be removed from syndication, why should they be removed?
The 2009 assault against Brooke Mueller and 2010 assault againts Capri Anderson
Him having unprotected sex without informing partners of his HIV status
NA I don't think they should be removed from syndication
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