Eavesdropping In: Former Charlie Sheen Goddess Talks Warlock Sex, Google+ Already Passed 10 Million

by Mara Siegler · July 13, 2011

    The same antiretroviral drugs that treat HIV and AIDS can also be used to cut down the risk of contracting HIV in the first place, two new studies show. [WaPo]

    Google+ is estimated to have passed 10 million users last night and is on course to hit 20 million by the weekend. [WSJ]

    Charlie Sheen's former goddess Bree Olson talks Warlock sex in the upcoming issue of Playboy. [NYDN]

    Cheryl Gray, a 50-year-old single mother, is suing a man she met on Facebook for all the money she’d spent on their relationship. [SeattleTimes]

    The Royal Shakespeare Company, which has already started their Park Avenue Armory residency, has seen it's first injury. The actor who plays Romeo suffered a knee injury during a matinee performance. [Gothamist]