EXCLUSIVE: Charlie Sheen's Former 'Goddess' Defends Him Amid Bree Olson's Allegations

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Natalie Kenly lived with Charlie Sheen in 2011, the same year that he contracted HIV, and she told ET that she's standing by him after his HIV diagnosis.

"I knew Charlie as the man, and not the myth or the legend," Kenly told ET. "Charlie didn't pay me to keep quiet about his HIV diagnosis or anything else. I was tested. I've been tested several times since then, and I also don't believe I was around when he was diagnosed or contracted the virus."

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Kenly, who now lives in the Midwest with her daughter and longtime partner, was a part of Sheen's posse of "goddesses," -- but not all of the ladies are as approving of the actor. Another ex, Bree Olson, blasted the former Two and a Half Men star during an interview with Howard Stern, alleging that they were "sleeping together every single night" and he "never said anything."

"I can definitely say that my recollections at the time are greatly different than the ones that she has mentioned," Kenly said.

In addition to Olson, another alleged ex, Cassandra Cruz, has come forward with claims against Sheen. In an interview with ET, Cruz claims that she had "one sexual act" with Sheen in the fall of 2012 in which "there was no condom used." She claims that Sheen didn't tell her about his HIV status until spring 2013.

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Cruz told ET she's currently weighing her legal options and is being represented by trial attorney Lisa Bloom.

"The way it was disclosed to her was in a way that persuaded her to believe it was safe to have unprotected sex," Bloom told ET.

Sheen told Today's Matt Lauer that his sexual partners knew about his status following his diagnosis and that it is "impossible" that he could have knowingly or unknowingly transmitted HIV to someone else since being diagnosed.

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While civil lawsuits are possible, at this time criminal charges seem unlikely. The LAPD told ET, "We have no investigations against Charlie Sheen."