Charlie Sheen's Girlfriends, Natalie Kenly and Rachel Oberlin, "Don't Judge" Him
(CBS) - Charlie Sheen invited both NBC's "Today" and ABC's "Good Morning America" to take a look at the family of sorts he's set up with his two much younger girlfriends - or "goddesses," as he referred to them - at his Los Angeles mansion. Sheen told NBC News that model Natalie Kenly and porn star Rachel Oberlin - also known as Bree Olsen - "don't judge" him.
Sheen told ABC News that the two women "complete the three parts of my heart." The two women told ABC that they love Sheen and that they are a family.
"What's not to love?" Sheen asked.
Good question. But who are Charlie Sheen's goddesses?
According to E!, Sheen and Kenly have been dating for about three months and were recently in the Bahamas together. Kenly is the "premiere model" for the marijuana magazine "Cali Chronic X," an editor of the magazine told E!. She was also named the pot magazine's "Official Chronic Girl 2010."
According to RadarOnline.com, Kenly was busted for underage drinking in 2006 in Lake Havasu, Ariz. Kenly, 24, works as a graphic designer and was a high school cheerleader, according to the site.
Rachel Oberlin, who also goes by the name of Bree Olson, was one of five women who partied with Sheen at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas in January, according to RadarOnline.com. The site also reports that Sheen flew to her hometown of Fort Wayne, Ind. after Christmas to spend time with her.
Oberlin was arrested in February for a DUI in Fort Wayne, according to reports.
According to the Kansas City Star, police said that Oberlin's eyes were bloodshot and she "smelled very heavily of alcohol." The arrest came after the 23-year-old was involved in a non-injury minor car accident.
Oberlin was named "Penthouse Pet of the Month" in March 2008 and has appeared on the E! reality show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians."
Sheen has threatened to sue CBS and Warner Brothers Television over the cancellation of the last eight episodes of this season of "Two-and-a-Half men." A CBS Entertainment spokesperson declined to comment. CBS Entertainment and CBS News are owned by the same parent company.
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