Bree Olson is livid with ex-boyfriend Charlie Sheen, who confirmed on the Today show on Tuesday, Nov. 17, that he is HIV-positive. The former adult film star, 29, sat down with Inside Edition for an interview airing Nov. 17 and 18, and didn’t hide how she was feeling.
“He could have killed me. He cared nothing for my life,” the Two and a Half Men star’s former “goddess” told Megan Alexander. Olson also claimed that unlike Sheen’s ex-wives Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller, she didn’t know about the actor’s HIV status, even though she was living with him in 2011, the year he was diagnosed.
“He says he found out when him and I were together,” she told IE. “We were having sex every single night.”
But Sheen, 50, told Today’s Matt Lauer he disclosed his HIV status to all his partners before becoming intimate.
Olson, whose real name is Rachel Oberlin, also claimed that the actor told her he was STD-free while they were together. “He used this word: ‘I’m clean. I’m clean’ … but I believed him,” she said in her interview.
“He is a monster, and he put my life in jeopardy along with hundreds — or potentially thousands — of other women’s lives,” an emotional Olson told IE.
But TMZ reports that the Anger Management star had not yet been diagnosed when the couple was still together, and that Sheen didn't know he was HIV-positive until after Olson broke up with him. A source also confirms this to Us Weekly.
After reports surfaced on Monday that Sheen would be revealing his HIV diagnosis, the former porn star tweeted that she was getting an HIV test. “Recorded myself for half an hour being tested for HIV and getting the results,” Olson tweeted. “This is so stressful.”
Olson said Tuesday she tested negative. As Us Weekly confirmed on Monday, Richards and her daughters with the actor are also all HIV-negative, as are Mueller and her twin sons with the star.
Tune in to Inside Edition on Tuesday and Wednesday to watch Olson’s full interview. Check local listings for air times.
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