Charlie Sheen’s Former ‘Goddess’ Never Told About HIV, Lady Gaga Commends ‘Today’ Interview
The women tell all.
Charlie Sheen’s former live-in girlfriends, whom he referred to as “goddesses”, are coming forth with their tales from inside of his HIV-diagnosis. Natalie Kenly reveals that she was never told about his HIV status while living with Sheen in 2011 along with Bree Olson. Kenly says that she’s HIV negative and has no plans to attack the actor for non-disclosure or sue. According to TMZ, she believes that he was “not trying to hurt anyone on purpose” and “loved all the girls he was with”.
These statements were released following the news that at least six women are planning to sue Sheen for intentional infliction of emotional distress, fraud, and sexual battery.
Singer Lady Gaga came forth on social media in support of Sheen’s mission to remove the stigma from discussing HIV in the public eye.
“#BraveCharlie … an opportunity for people all over the world to learn about modern HIV prevention, treatments, and emotional intelligence as it relates to the stigma of the virus”
Al Roker and Gabrielle Union are among other celebrities who have shared their opinions on social media in response to Sheen’s candid Today Show interview with Matt Lauer. Piers Morgan penned a column for the Daily Mail in his defense in which he states:
“Let’s not crucify Charlie Sheen – because he’s already doing that to himself. I’d rather save a place in hell for ISIS, not a good guy with addiction demons who liked to party too much.”
Save a place in hell for ISIS, not Charlie Sheen. My new column: https://t.co/hrULf0ijBk
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) November 17, 2015
Launch the gallery at the top of the page to view an old photo shoot of Bree Olson.