Charlie Sheen's rep insists that the actor and ex-girlfriend Bree Olson were broken up by the time he learned he was HIV-positive, but Olson isn't quite ready to let him off the hook. In yet another new interview following Sheen's Nov. 17 Today show appearance, the former adult film star told Inside Edition that she wants definitive proof that he didn't know about his status until after they split.
"It would give me peace of mind for Charlie to say a date," she told the site, calling his chat with Matt Lauer too "wishy-washy."
As previously reported, Sheen told the Today anchor he tested positive four years ago, in 2011. He and Olson split that spring, but his manager maintains that she "wasn't in Charlie's life when he was HIV-positive and so there was no reason to tell her anything."
Olson lived with the Two and a Half Men star for several months until April 2011, when they split amid his Violent Torpedo of Truth tour. He famously deemed her one of his "goddesses," along with his other then-girlfriend, Natalie Kenly, who came to his defense earlier this week.
Olson told Inside Edition she thinks Kenly should be just as angry as she is. "We should be together on this, like, 'Charlie, why didn't you tell?' That's all I want from him — to be a decent human being and to have let us know that this was going on," she said.
Asked if she had a message for her ex, the ex-goddess (real name: Rachel Oberlin) didn't mince words. "Charlie, you're a terrible person," she said. "I will never forgive you."
Sheen, for his part, said Tuesday that he hoped to turn over a new leaf now that the information about his health was public. "In an open letter posted to the Today show website, he wrote, "I accept this condition not as a curse or scourge, but rather as an opportunity and a challenge. An opportunity to help others. A challenge to better myself."
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