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Charlie Sheen and His Goddess

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3/5/2011 1:56 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Charlie Sheen and goddess #1 Bree Olson are doing A-OK ... this after Sheen tweeted she had left him and he was now taking applications.

Sheen dropped the news last night, posting to his Twitter page: "Update: Sober Valley Lodge; Rachel has left the building..., We're sad.... Over it... Applications now being accepted! #winner"

But today, Charlie tells us, "She came back, my bad all good. Love her with the three parts of my heart."

We think that's a good thing.


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TEAM BREE: I don't know what Natty's game is. She is probably just happy she no longer has to take the bus to work an $10 an hour job.

Bree Olson was already very famous in the porn and one of its biggest earners. She has been very good a manipulating things like Twitter to build her porn world fame. If you have read both her Twitter over the last few weeks and CS's since he started it this week then you know these two are gaming us.

There will be more drama to come. Most of it manufactured by the two of them together.

1292 days ago


Porn Star is whore no doubt about it. They get paid to have sex with anyone who is being filmed with em. So if it walks like a whore, looks like a whore, I guess with out a doubt about it WHORE. That's the best this guy can do...get a bunch of HEAVILY used whores..Just because there so readily available in vast quantities in Vegas and LaLa land, it's super easy pickings. Previously heavily used poking bags. What more can a brain damaged star want. Easy pickings for a rich loser.

1292 days ago


Is this going to be like the "Last man standing" scenario?

God I'd hate to be the last skank left with him in that house...

One little, two little, three little Indians...yep, it will be a blood bath

1292 days ago


Charlie Sheen 47, is all over the news because he's a celebrity drug addict. While Andrew Wilfahrt 31, Brian Tabada 21, Rudolph Hizon 22, Chauncy Mays 25 are all soldiers who gave their lives this week with no media mention. Honor THEM by re-postin this status! Support our troops!!!!!!!

1292 days ago


Ya know, this was totally cool and funny in the beginning. But now it's just sad. Kinda like the Britney meltdown. It was totally entertaining for a little while, but then totally sad. But notice.....everyone wants her to get better and actually cares more about her now, because we witnessed her demise and the humanity in our cold black hearts started coming out. Maybe that's what Charlie is trying to do????

1292 days ago


Will Do:

Charlie Sheen 47, is all over the news because he's a celebrity drug addict. While Andrew Wilfahrt 31, Brian Tabada 21, Rudolph Hizon 22, Chauncy Mays 25 are all soldiers who gave their lives this week with no media mention. Honor THEM by re-postin this status! Support our troops!!!!!!!

1292 days ago


When is someone going to step in and help this man! He has such fantastic abilities and we are all sitting back and watching him die. These so called "Goddess" of his have got to go..they are in it for the money..thats what they love about him and nothing else. I know he is old enough to make his own decisions but this man is clearly in need of some help. Charlie, plz get the help you so obviously need. Your true friends will stand behind you, we dont want your money we want to see you live a good healthy life, continue bringing us the enjoyment of watching you on tv, and to know you are happy in your life. I wish I could talk to him and let him see what these girls are doing to him, one thing is they are not making his situation any better. I feel for his family, they love him so much and their hands are tied...plz Charlie, do this one thing for yourself...clean house, show the bimbos where the door is, change your number and move if you need to...I miss you on tv, many of your fans do. I pray for you Charlie, but live the way you chose to, just thought I would say what I have been thinking. Good luck on all you are trying to do...who knows, maybe you really are "WINNING"

1292 days ago


one more sheen story and i'm gonna puke... then I'm gonna vomit.. then i'm gonna carry all of that and dump it on charlies front lawn. ENOUGH ALREADY !

1292 days ago


I wonder if he will still say how wonderful they are when they drive out of his life in the frigging Mercedes he bought them????

1292 days ago


Bree, please don't become one of Charlie's "disposable women":

The Disposable Woman


FORTY-THREE minutes into his “special live edition” with Charlie Sheen on Monday night, Piers Morgan finally got around to asking his guest a real question. Before that, Mr. Morgan and Mr. Sheen had mostly traded chuckles and anecdotes about multiday benders, inflated network salaries and meet-ups in Aspen, Colo. But then, after three commercial breaks, Mr. Morgan inquired, “Have you ever hit a woman?”

Two minutes later, with Mr. Morgan apparently satisfied with the actor’s answer that no, women should be “hugged and caressed,” that line of questioning was over.

That Mr. Morgan didn’t press the issue of domestic violence shouldn’t have come as any surprise. CBS executives, not to mention the millions of viewers of his “family” sitcom “Two and a Half Men,” have consistently turned a blind eye toward Mr. Sheen’s history of abusing women. Part of this, of course, is about money. The actor’s F-18 of an id — to borrow a metaphor from Mr. Sheen himself — had long provided the show a steady stream of free publicity. It also helped make Mr. Sheen the highest-paid actor on television, at $1.2 million an episode.

But it’s also about apathy. Even now — after Mr. Sheen began carpet-bombing his bosses in radio rants, prompting CBS to shut down production on the show — observers still seem more entertained than outraged, tuning in to see him appear on every talk show on the planet and coming up with creative Internet memes based on his most colorful statements. And while his self-abuses are endlessly discussed, his abuse of women is barely broached.

Our inertia is not for lack of evidence. In 1990, he accidentally shot his fiancée at the time, the actress Kelly Preston, in the arm. (The engagement ended soon after.) In 1994 he was sued by a college student who alleged that he struck her in the head after she declined to have sex with him. (The case was settled out of court.) Two years later, a sex film actress, Brittany Ashland, said she had been thrown to the floor of Mr. Sheen’s Los Angeles house during a fight. (He pleaded no contest and paid a fine.)

In 2006, his wife at the time, the actress Denise Richards, filed a restraining order against him, saying Mr. Sheen had shoved and threatened to kill her. In December 2009, Mr. Sheen’s third wife, Brooke Mueller, a real-estate executive, called 911 after Mr. Sheen held a knife to her throat. (He pleaded guilty and was placed on probation.) Last October, another actress in sex films, Capri Anderson, locked herself in a Plaza Hotel bathroom after Mr. Sheen went on a rampage. (Ms. Anderson filed a criminal complaint but no arrest was made.) And on Tuesday, Ms. Mueller requested a temporary restraining order against her former husband, alleging that he had threatened to cut her head off, “put it in a box and send it to your mom.” (The order was granted, and the couple’s twin sons were quickly removed from his home.) “Lies,” Mr. Sheen told People magazine.

The privilege afforded wealthy white men like Charlie Sheen may not be a particularly new point, but it’s an important one nonetheless. Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears are endlessly derided for their extracurricular meltdowns and lack of professionalism on set; the R&B star Chris Brown was made a veritable pariah after beating up his equally, if not more, famous girlfriend, the singer Rihanna. Their careers have all suffered, and understandably so.

This hasn’t been the case with Mr. Sheen, whose behavior has been repeatedly and affectionately dismissed as the antics of a “bad boy” (see: any news article in the past 20 years), a “rock star” (see: Piers Morgan, again) and a “rebel” (see: Andrea Canning’s “20/20” interview on Tuesday). He has in essence, achieved a sort of folk-hero status; on Wednesday, his just-created Twitter account hit a million followers, setting a Guinness World Record.

But there’s something else at work here: the seeming imperfection of Mr. Sheen’s numerous accusers. The women are of a type, which is to say, highly unsympathetic. Some are sex workers — pornographic film stars and escorts — whose compliance with churlish conduct is assumed to be part of the deal. (For the record: It is not.)

Others, namely Ms. Richards and Ms. Mueller, are less-famous starlets or former “nobodies” whose relationships with Mr. Sheen have been disparaged as purely sexual and transactional. The women reside on a continuum in which injuries are assumed and insults are expected.

“Gold diggers,” “prostitutes” and “sluts” are just some of the epithets lobbed at the women Mr. Sheen has chosen to spend his time with. Andy Cohen, a senior executive at Bravo and a TV star in his own right, referred to the actor’s current companions, Natalie Kenly and Bree Olson, as “whores” on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” program on Tuesday. Arianna Huffington sarcastically tweeted that Mr. Sheen’s girlfriends “symbolize modesty, loyalty and good taste.” Mr. Sheen’s own nickname for Ms. Kenly and Ms. Olson — “the goddesses” — is in its own way indicative of their perceived interchangeability and disposability.

It’s these sorts of explicit and implicit value judgments that underscore our contempt for women who are assumed to be trading on their sexuality. A woman’s active embrace of the fame monster or participation in the sex industry, we seem to say, means that she compromises her right not to be assaulted, let alone humiliated, insulted or degraded; it’s part of the deal. The promise of a modern Cinderella ending — attention, fame, the love and savings account of a rich man — is always the assumed goal.

Objectification and abuse, it follows, is not only an accepted occupational hazard for certain women, but something that men like Mr. Sheen have earned the right to indulge in. (Mr. Sheen reportedly once said that he didn’t pay prostitutes for the sex; he paid them “to leave.”) One can’t help but think that his handlers might have moved more quickly to rein in their prized sitcom stallion if his victims’ motivations weren’t assumed to be purely mercenary. (Or if they enjoyed parity and respect with regards to their age, influence and earning power.)

These assumptions — about women, about powerful men, about bad behavior — have roots that go way back but find endorsement in today’s unscripted TV culture. Indeed, it’s difficult for many to discern any difference between Mr. Sheen’s real-life, round-the-clock, recorded outbursts and the sexist narratives devised by reality television producers, in which women are routinely portrayed as backstabbing floozies, and dreadful behavior by males is explained away as a side effect of unbridled passion or too much pilsner.

As Jennifer Pozner points out in her recent book “Reality Bites Back: The Troubling Truth About Guilty-Pleasure TV,” misogyny is embedded within the DNA of the reality genre. One of the very first millennial shows, in fact, “Who Wants to Marry a Multimillionaire,” was notable in that it auctioned off what producers called the “biggest prize of all”: a supposedly wealthy B-movie writer named Rick Rockwell — who was later revealed to have had a restraining order filed against him by a woman he’d threatened to kill. According to Ms. Pozner, the reaction of one of the producers of “Multimillionaire” was, “Great! More publicity!”

On reality television, gratuitous violence and explicit sexuality are not only entertainment but a means to an end. These enthusiastically do***ented humiliations are positioned as necessities in the service of some final prize or larger benefit — a marriage proposal, a modeling contract, $1 million. But they also make assault and abasement seem commonplace, acceptable behavior, tolerated by women and encouraged in men.

Which brings us back to Mr. Morgan, who, like many of Mr. Sheen’s past and present press enablers, showed little to no urgency in addressing the question of violence against women. “You’re entitled to behave however the hell you like as long as you don’t scare the horses and the children,” Mr. Morgan said at one point. Scaring women, it seems, was just fine.

During the interview, a series of images played on a continuous loop. One of them was a defiant and confident-looking Charlie Sheen, in a mug shot taken after his 2009 domestic violence arrest.

Anna Holmes is a writer and the creator of the Web site Jezebel.

1292 days ago


Yeah. Let's go back for a little more abuse. Shows how much he 'loves' them when he's "over it" in 2 seconds and looking for alternatives. Guess that also shows the caliber of woman who works in the porn industry - they love the abuse, the using. What an idiot. If it were my daughter, I'd tell her to grow a pair and put some value on herself.

1292 days ago


Anyone who follows CHUCKLES on an IDIOT.

I'd rather TNZ make money OFF of his crazy ass them support his DRUG and WHORE habit through TWEAKER! Come on people get a clue.

Oh and:

Charlie Sheen 47, is all over the news because he's a celebrity drug addict. While Andrew Wilfahrt 31, Brian Tabada 21, Rudolph Hizon 22, Chauncy Mays 25 are all soldiers who gave their lives this week with no media mention. Honor THEM by re-postin this status! Support our troops!!!!!!!

1292 days ago


Will Do:

Charlie Sheen 47, is all over the news because he's a celebrity drug addict. While Andrew Wilfahrt 31, Brian Tabada 21, Rudolph Hizon 22, Chauncy Mays 25 are all soldiers who gave their lives this week with no media mention. Honor THEM by re-postin this status! Support our troops!!!!!!!

Posted at 9:16 AM on Mar 5, 2011 by Lori

1292 days ago


I am so shocked. Everyone knows a 45 year-old loon with a sagging sac o' nothingness between his legs is the perfect dream for two horny, barely post-pubescent bimbos. I mean really, it's a formula for success! The rest of us are living in misery, while Charlie Waffles is living the real life. Winning? Yeah right.
Most of us know this arrangement he is in is meant to last a few HOURS, not days, weeks, or months. It's called a bender for a reason, because it goes around a bend and then is bye bye.

1292 days ago


Perhaps she left to meet with a "Star" or "National Enquirer" rep. Methinks she or other "Stepford" will sell story after gathering more stuff to spill. Ain't I the cynic?

1292 days ago
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