It takes two women to put this tiger down at night.
By now we're well aware that Charlie Sheen has two "goddesses" living with him at his Sober Valley Lodge, pot mag cover girl Natalie "Natty" Kenly and Rachel Oberlin (aka former porn star Bree Olson).
But now, the ladies are opening up for the first time to the New York Post, spilling all about life with good-time Charlie. First off, about those sleeping arrangements...
"We do whatever Charlie wants us to do," says the 22-year-old Oberlin of the threesome's sex life. "This is the type of lifestyle I've always wanted, and I'm thrilled with it."
Kenly, 24, says they share a single bed that's big enough to fit all of them, each taking turns sleeping in the middle of a triple-decker sandwich. Epic-partying Sheen, 45, does keep a second, separate bed (in the same room) just in case someone needs "a place to sleep in peace," Kenly adds.
Sheen became acquainted with Kenly after she posed on the cover of Cali Chronic X magazine last year and they began dating about three months ago. Oberlin joined the party last month, telling the Post that she met Sheen through unspecified "friends." They have spent recent weeks sharing the home with Sheen's most recent ex-wife, Brooke Mueller (who has since been deposed), and Sheen and Mueller's twin boys, who were removed from the home by police last night at Mueller's behest.
Oberlin and Kenly say they form an "unconventional family" with Sheen, neither getting jealous. They both use the football term "the wedge" (which pertains to how players block for the ball carrier) to describe their dynamic. "Charlie is the man with the ball and we're on either side looking out for him," says Oberlin.
As for the sex?
"I don't see the problem with going forth with your desires and acting out on your sexual desires as long as your partner is OK with that," says Oberlin of their ménage à trois. She claims that it's in men's DNA (especially those with Adonis genes) to try and sleep with as many women as possible. She claims the ménage à trois is new to her, but that she's always wanted to try it.
But it's not all about the action in the bedroom. At the end of the day, Oberlin loves the actor's humor. (We all do Rach, we all do.)
"He was so funny and that is the key way to my heart. I love to laugh, he's the funniest man I've ever met, so quick, witty and intelligent," she says. "I couldn't ask for a better combination."