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Charlie Sheen's ex Bree Olson given all clear after HIV test

Charlie Sheen's ex-girlfriend Bree Olson doesn't have HIV.

The former porn star, who decided to get tested for the virus shortly before the actor admitted today (17.11.15) he has been living with it for the past four years, has been given a clean bill of health.

While the blonde beauty is relieved she never contracted the condition from the former 'Anger Management' star, Bree claims Charlie was allegedly lying when he insisted earlier today that he had informed all of his sexual partners about his illness since being diagnosed in 2011.

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She told Howard Stern on his SiriusXM show: "It's bull****."

Bree, who lived as one of Charlie's two "goddesses" with Natalie Kenley four years ago, during which time he was also fired from sitcom 'Two and a Half Men,' admits they occasionally had unprotected sex.

The 29 year old explained: "I was living with him, I was sleeping with him every single night; he never said a word. 'I'm clean', he told me, 'I'm clean, I'm clean.'

"There were times when we didn't use condoms because it was only to prevent against pregnancy - he's my live-in boyfriend, and again, stupid me for I suppose not getting tested, but I feel a lot of people make this mistake.

"There's plenty of girls, I'm sure, that he's had in his life who don't get tested regularly like I do."

When the radio host asked if she planned to confront Charlie, 50, about allegedly keeping the virus a secret from her, Bree added: "No, because he doesn't even value my life."



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