Bree Olson was a guest on The Howard Stern Show on Tuesday shortly after Charlie Sheen divulged during an interview with Matt Lauer on The Today Show that he is HIV-positive. Sheen made a point of telling Lauer that he had told all of his sexual partners about his condition. Bree Olson says he never told her.
— Stern Show (@sternshow) November 17, 2015
"I watched, right before I came in here...the interviewer asked him: 'Was this during the tiger blood thing, is this because of that?' And he even admittedly said, he's like: 'Well, I don't know if it's necessarily because of that,'" she told Howard Stern. "So he just admitted right in that interview that is the tiger blood time--that's when I was with him! I was living with him! We were sleeping together every single night."
Bree Olson -- Charlie Sheen NEVER Told Me About HIV (AUDIO) https://t.co/2wlA3yhG7s
— TMZ (@TMZ) November 17, 2015
Howard Stern directly asked Bree Olson if Charlie Sheen told her he was HIV-positive.
"Never said anything. Ever. 'I'm clean,' he told me. 'I'm clean, I'm clean,'" she replied.
— Us Weekly (@usweekly) November 17, 2015
So far two of Charlie Sheen's ex-wives have confirmed that they aren't HIV-positive. Second ex-wife Denise Richards says neither she nor the two daughters she and Sheen share are positive. Third ex-wife Brooke Mueller and the twin boys she shares with Sheen are negative, too. His first ex-wife has yet to confirm or deny anything with regard to an HIV status.
Bree Olson--whose real name is Rachel Oberlin--was one of the two young women Charlie Sheen referred to as his "goddesses." She tested negative for HIV on Tuesday.
Is Charlie Sheen likely facing a wealth of lawsuits if any of the women he slept with contracted HIV from him?