Charlie Sheen
Actor Charlie Sheen arrives at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party in West Hollywood, California February 28, 2016. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas

Everything seemed to be going smoothly in Charlie Sheen’s life after finding out the HIV virus was no longer traceable in his blood months after publicly announcing his positive status to the world last November. Unfortunately, living the sweet life may not be in the actor’s cards.

On Thursday, sources reported that the former “Two and a Half Men” star was being investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department after his ex-fiancée Scottine Ross, better known in the entertainment world as Brett Rossi, stated the 50-year-old survivor was making threats against her life.

LAPD sources have confirmed the probe centers on abuse allegations made by Ross during a police interview last week and an alleged 35-mibute audio tape reported by RadarOnline and The National Enquirer.

“Why did you tell me you were not infected?” the unidentified woman reportedly asked Sheen during the recorded call, according to Radar. “Because it’s none of your f---ing business,” Sheen reportedly answered.

As the discussion continued, Sheen allegedly threatened Ross’s safety by implying he was going to have her killed. “This piece of sh--- needs to be f---ing buried. I’d rather spend 20 grand to have her head kicked in,” he supposedly said of his ex-fiancée on the recording.

According to various reports, investigators served a search warrant on Radar in New York on Tuesday asking for the recording in order to prove the allegations are true.

Ross’s lawyer spoke to USA TODAY and revealed that his client was not the woman in the tape. Ring, of the Los Angeles firm Taylor & Ring, also added that even though it is not a fact that Sheen was talking about Ross, she is certainly not taking the threats lightly.

“But [Ross] takes it extremely seriously because she knows him and knows his personality and behavior,” he told the publication. “It’s not just his typical bluster. I heard [the tape] and it’s legitimate. I know the context, and there are things he said on the tape that only he would know because we were in settlement talks at the time [over a previous lawsuit].”

Sheen’s manager Mark Burg told NBC News early Thursday that he hadn’t heard the audiotape but stated that Ross “started a lawsuit all because Sheen doesn’t want to marry her.”

Charlie Sheen has yet to make any declarations on the subject.

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