UPDATE: Tuesday, Nov. 17 (5:57 p.m. ET) – A rep for Charlie Sheen is firing back at Bree Olson’s claims, made this morning on The Howard Stern Show, that Sheen had unprotected sex with her (using lambskin condoms, which protect against pregnancy but not disease) when he knew he had contracted the HIV virus, and didn’t tell her.
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“Bree Olson is all over Howard Stern but the truth is she wasn’t in Charlie’s life when he was HIV-positive and so there was no reason to tell her anything,”; Sheen’s manager, Mark Burg, tells PEOPLE.
When Olson lived with Sheen in 2011, notes Burg, lived with Sheen in early 2011, the Anger Management star was “100 per cent HIV-negative,”; and was regularly tested at the time.
Former adult film actress Bree Olson is best known as one of Charlie Sheen’s “goddesses,”; and lived with the actor during the crazy period of his public meltdown in 2011.
Following Sheen’s admission that he’s HIV-positive, Olson appeared on this morning’s Howard Stern Show on SiriusXM to set the record straight, admitting she found out about Sheen’s medical status “right along with everyone else… three days ago I started getting calls,”; she told Stern.
The question on Stern’s mind: did Sheen tell Olson that he had HIV? “He never said anything to me,”; said Olson. “I was his girlfriend. I lived with him… we had sex almost every day for a year.”;
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“Unprotected sex?”; asked Stern’s co-host Robin Quivers.
“With lambskin condoms,”; answered Olson, which protect against pregnancy but not HIV.
Olson recently tweeted that she had just taken an HIV test, and for the first time publicly revealed the results on Stern’s show. “I am negative for HIV,”; she declares, revealing that she’s been receiving threatening messages in which people are blaming her for Sheen’s condition, saying she “gave Charlie Sheen AIDS”; because of her porn-star past.
However, she showed Stern a copy of her recent HIV test, revealing she is HIV-free.
Olson also denies selling stories about her former boyfriend to tabloids. “I never went and sold any of my stories,”; she tells Stern. “He’s an ex-boyfriend. Of course I have stories. But I have never said anything negative about him.”;
Olson listens to Sheen’s interview with Matt Lauer, stating that he only had unprotected sex with two people after his diagnosis, both of whom he informed of his condition. “That’s bulls**t,”; she says. “He doesn’t even value my life… now, because of him, anytime someone hears my name they think of HIV right next to it.”;
Does Sheen owe her a phone call, asks Stern, to say he’s sorry? “I don’t want it,”; says Olson. “If he called up and said, “Hey, this is Charlie…””; says Stern. Replies Olson. “I would say f*** you!”;