After writing my previous post chronicling some of the abuse Charlie Sheen has inflicted on women throughout the years, I wanted to bring up how Chloe Jones died soon after selling her story to the National Enquirer about her affair with Charlie Sheen.
Chloe died on June 2005. Many reports have her selling her story on either February, March, or May 2005. This Chloe blog links a Smoking Gun article which says the story was sold on May 2005. The Smoking Gun link is no longer found on the Smoking Gun site, like much of their older archives anymore. But it’s a cut&paste article from TSG and I’m going with it. Why this is important is because if Chloe sold the story in May, she died one month after selling her story instead of a possible three to four months. But whichever month the story was sold is still a very short time between selling the story & being found dead to be a coincidence.
After Chloe sold her story of her affair with Charlie, she was found dead one month later. News of the affair caused Charlie’s wife Denise Richards to file for divorce. Denise was also pregnant with their second child. One month later, Chloe was dead. Denise claimed in court papers that Charlie may have been involved in Chloe’s death. She claimed that when she asked him if he had anything to do with Chloe’s death, he did not deny it and said “no comment.” Reports claim Chloe died of liver failure due to years of prescription pills & alcohol abuse.
An interview with Chloe’s mother was published claiming that her daughter would call her several times a day afraid Charlie was going to kill her. Chloe claimed that Charlie had threatened to kill her many times since the story broke. The interview also claimed that her mother was planning on suing Charlie Sheen for wrongful death. Chloe’s mother now claims she never gave that interview. Was her mother threatened or paid off to change her story and to drop her wrongful death suit against Charlie Sheen?
Denise’s 17-pages of court documents describing her marriage to Charlie Sheen, and where she mentions Chloe, can be read at The Smoking Gun.
Chloe was married and was survived by her then nine-year-old daughter & eight-year-old twin sons.