Charlie Sheen's Ex-GF Claims He Lied To Her About Being HIV-Positive
According to Olson, who lived with Sheen for several months in late 2010 through early 2011, any time they would talk about his HIV status, he would tell her, “I'm clean.”
She says the couple did use condoms whenever they had sex, but he preferred to use lambskin condoms over latex prophylactics.
This claim goes directly against what Sheen told Matt Lauer during his interview on "Today," where he opened up about having the virus. He insists after he found out his HIV status, he was forthcoming about his sexual health with all the women he had previously been with.
Robert Huizenga, an associate professor of clinical medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles and Sheen's doctor, said Sheen did not have AIDS and there was “an undetectable level of the virus in his blood”
Luckily, Olson did not catch HIV from Sheen but did find it incredibly troubling he seemed to not "value [her] life" at all.
She told Stern,
Just because I'm an ex-sex worker... I'm a human being, I have a family, I have a future. I'm doing so many positive things now and to think that you could have taken that away from me, that you knowingly were doing that... He doesn't even value my life... Luckily, there's enough medications and stuff now that people with HIV, they can lead a full life. But if someone goes without knowing — and there's plenty of girls, I'm sure, that he's had in his life where they don't go get tested regularly like I do with the types of lives that they lead — and it turns into AIDS, it becomes a whole different ballgame.
Allegedly, Olson never received any warning about Sheen having the virus and found out the news on Friday "right along with everyone else."
Sheen claims he's known he had the virus for the past four years. It is unclear whether or not Sheen had HIV while he was with Olson in 2011.
Olson posted a note to Instagram on Friday when news first started to leak about Sheen having HIV.
She also recently sent a tweet while she was waiting for test results from an HIV test.
We will update as more information comes in.