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Charlie Sheen and the Goddesses

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Charlie Sheen’s media onslaught continues. But if his intention really is to reinstate himself as a professional actor and the highest paid star on US TV, perhaps he needs to pull his head in a little. His appearance on the “Today” program yesterday where he disclosed his sleeping arrangements with two goddesses was, however, too good for our readers to miss out on.

On the program, Charlie Sheen introduced NBC’s Jeff Rossen to the “Goddesses of “Sober Valley Lodge,” the new name for his Hollywood home.

“These women don’t judge me,” he said. Actually, he said that a lot. Apparently, the two young beauties don’t stand any of Sheen’s nonsense and he likes that. That’s strange, considering that Sheen appears to have zero tolerance for anyone else telling him to quit his tantrums and angry outbursts.

In a disclosure that is sure to make many people cringe, Sheen reveals that his two “goddesses,” porn star, Rachel, and underwear model, Natalie, help him with the care of his young twin sons as he won custody of them from ex-wife, Brooke Mueller.

And the women share a room. They have a bed each, and every night, Charlie chooses which of the girls to sleep with.

“You live like a king, my friend,” “Today” presenter, Howard Stern said of the arrangement.

Charlie Sheen refused to reveal whether the girls actually sometimes had sex with each other.

“You’d have to ask them,” he replied.

Oh come on, Charlie. Don’t start holding back on us now when you’ve already spilled so much!

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