In 2011, Charlie Sheen had just introduced Charlie Sheen 2.0 to the world. Sheen called himself a "warlock" with "tiger blood." This was when Charlie Sheen broadcast that he was "winning."
This was also the time that Sheen was with a bunch of live-in girlfriends, whom he called his "goddesses".
Now, one of those goddesses is speaking out about Sheen, in light of his recent revelation that he is HIV-positive.
"He is not a monster," Natalie Kenly, 29, one of Sheen's "goddesses", told People.
"He has regard for human beings and cares about people. I do not see him knowingly putting women at risk."
Sheen said he was diagnosed around four years ago, so that would put it sometime in 2011.
"He's a good man and I feel very fortunate to have spent the time with him that I did, and I'm so sad to hear of his health troubles," she said. "I hope he's okay."
Kenly said she never discussed the HIV diagnosis with Sheen, although Bree Olsen, adult film star and other Sheen goddess, says that "she was there with Natalie when Charlie was having closed door meetings with his doctors," reports TMZ.
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Kenly says she's HIV-negative and will not sue Charlie Sheen. Some former sex partners are suing.