Bree Olson revealed on Tuesday that unlike her ex-boyfriend Charlie Sheen, she does not have HIV and has a blood test to prove it. The former porn star shared her clean bill of health with Howard Stern and revealed that Sheen hadn't told her about his HIV status during the year that they dated or since.
"I trusted him." Olson said, explaining that the two did use protection when they had sex but that Sheen insisted on using lambskin condoms rather than latex condoms.
"[He] never said anything, ever," Olson explained. "'I'm clean,' he told me."
Despite Sheen admitting to knowing he was HIV positive for years, Bree told Howard she found out just three days ago. Sheen, 50, sat down with Matt Lauer on this morning's "Today" show after a tabloid report claimed he had been keeping the diagnosis a secret.
"I have to put a stop to this onslaught, this barrage of attacks and of sub-truths and very harmful and mercurial stories that are about me, threatening the health of so many others that couldn't be further from the truth," Sheen told Lauer during their interview.
When asked if he had told all of his former sexual partners about his HIV status, Sheen answered, "Yes I have."
"I am so upset," Olson told Howard while listening to Sheen's interview. "He doesn't even value my life."
Also appearing on "Today" was Sheen's doctor, Robert Huizenga, an associate professor of clinical medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles, who confirmed that Sheen does not have AIDS and that there is an undetectable level of the virus in his blood.
Olson wondered if Huizenga was the same doctor who used to make house calls to Sheen's home during the time that she was dating him. Huizenga confirmed on Tuesday that he has been treating Sheen for "5 to 6 years." Olson then became emotional while discussing those in Charlie's life who've helped him hide his HIV status.
"Does he owe you a phone call today to say 'Bree, I'm sorry?'" Howard asked Olson.
"I don't want it," Bree replied. "I'd say 'f-ck you' and hang up the phone."
Olson said she has not been in contact with any of Sheen's former lovers, including Natalie Kenly or Brooke Mueller. Olson admitted to having sexual threesomes with Sheen and both women on separate occasions.
"I want to point out to all of the women who have slept with Charlie, because there are thousands, he used lambskin condoms and I don't think a lot of girls realized that," Bree warned while disclosing that she witnessed a "stream" of women coming in and out of Sheen's house while she was dating him. Olson said her time in the porn industry helped her notice the packaging of Sheen's condoms and alleged that they were lambskin rather than latex. Lambskin condoms do not protect against viral STDs such as HIV.
"It's the dumbest thing I've ever done, dating him," Olson said. "It was Russian roulette every day for a year."
Since news of Sheen's HIV acknowledgement broke last week, Olson said she has been receiving death threats from strangers.
"People are blaming me saying I gave Charlie AIDS because I'm the porn star."
According to Olson, Sheen also exhibited "anger and rage" issues during their romance, often times yelling at her. Additionally, he allegedly shared violent thoughts with Olson that he had about ex-wife Denise Richards.
"He threatened her to me constantly," Olson said. "For whatever reason, I'm the one he confided these crazy weird thoughts to."
Bree said Charlie was upset after Richards forbid their children from visiting him at home - a move Olson said she understands 100%.
"He would say things like, 'don't worry, I know how to make people disappear or make it look like an accident,'" Bree claimed, revealing that his temper became "crazy at times."
Now, Olson is putting her porn career and Charlie Sheen behind her. She has recently moved back to her home state of Indiana in order to write a book about her success in adult entertainment as well as her experiences growing up in an abusive household with her schizophrenic mother.
Listen to Bree on Tuesday's Howard Stern Show below: