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Charlie Sheen’s past girlfriends and wives speak out about HIV status

Posted: 12:27 PM, Nov 17, 2015
Updated: 2015-11-17 12:29:58-05
(L-R) Denise Richards, Bree Olson and Brooke Mueller have spoken out about their sexual health after Sheen (seen second from left) revealed he is HIV positive. (Getty Images)

(L-R) Denise Richards, Bree Olson and Brooke Mueller have spoken out about their sexual health after Sheen (seen second from left) revealed he is HIV positive. (Getty Images)

After Charlie Sheen revealed he is HIV positive in an exclusive interview, several of his past sexual partners are speaking out with their side of the story.

Charlie Sheen revealed his HIV positive status on the Today Show Tuesday. He said he disclosed his status to all his partners after his diagnosis, without exception.

One of his former live-in girlfriends or “goddesses,” Bree Oslon, said that wasn’t the truth.

“He never said anything to me,” Olson said on the Howard Stern show Tuesday. “I was his girlfriend. I lived with him. We were together. We had sex almost every day for a year—with lambskin condoms.”

Despite his alleged dishonesty, Olson said on the show that she is HIV negative.

The other “goddess” who lived with Sheen at the time of his diagnosis in 2011, Natalie Kenly, told People she is HIV negative. Kenly also said she does not believe Sheen would be “recklessly promiscuous.”

Sheen also said he called his ex-wife Brooke Mueller to tell her to get checked right after he received the diagnosis. According to Us Weekly, Mueller and the couple’s twin sons Bob and Max, 6, are all HIV negative.

Sheen said he was married to ex-wife Denise Richards when he was infected, though is not sure how he exactly contracted it. Sheen also said Richards knew his HIV status for years.

According to Us Weekly, Richards and the couple’s daughters Sam, 11, and Lola, 10 , are all HIV negative.

Sheen said he wanted to come forward with his HIV status to in order to stop paying extortionists who received upwards of $10 million from him. Sheen’s physician, Dr. Robert Huizenga says the virus has not developed into AIDS.