Bree Olson

Charlie Sheen admitted he was diagnosed with HIV on the Today show Tuesday morning and said he informed ex-wives Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller in 2011.

The Two and a Half Men star also said he told any and all partners of his diagnosis prior to engaging in sexual acts with them, but now ex-girlfriend and "goddess" Bree Olson said that's "bulls--t" because she claimed she had no idea on The Howard Stern Show.

"He doesn't even value my life...if someone goes without knowing, and there's plenty of girls I'm sure he's had in his life where they don't go get tested regularly like I do with the types of lives that they lead," said Olson, who said she had high-risk sex with Sheen, who used lambskin condoms.

"When it turns into AIDS then it turns into a whole different ballgame."

Host Howard Stern asked her if she's going to confront him about the news, but Olson said she has been too upset to focus on anything.

"I haven't even thought about anything, but all I know right now is now because of him anytime someone hears my name they think of HIV right next to it," she said.

But Sheen told Matt Lauer that since his diagnosis he has had unprotected sex with only two women but insisted they were seeking medical attention to make sure everything was safe. "The two people that I did it with were under the care of my doctor and they were completely warned ahead of time," Sheen explained.

He also insisted that everybody he encountered sexually had been informed.

In response to his admission, Mueller released a statement regarding her own health status. "Brooke has been inundated with calls from friends and family," her spokesperson, Steve Honig, told E! News. "To put their minds at ease, Brooke can confirm that she and the boys are not HIV positive."

E! News also learned that Richards and her children, Sam Sheen and Lola Sheen, are all HIV negative.

Sheen admitted to telling his oldest daughter Cassandra just recently because he didn't want to burden her with stress. "It hit her hard but she recovered, but she's tough like her dad," he said.

"She was a rock star about it."

E! News has reached out to Olson for comment.

To learn more about HIV/AIDS and to contribute in the fight against the diseases, visit amfAR.

(E! and NBC are both members of the NBCUniversal family.)

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