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Insider: I Guess Charlie 'Never Disclosed' His Status To Sex Partners

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Charlie Sheen's former personal assistant said she believes "he never disclosed" his HIV-positive status to the parade of "Goddesses," prostitutes and porn stars that passed through his Los Angeles home.

The assistant, who did not reveal her name, said that staffers at the 50-year-old actor's home were "pretty good about keeping everything under wraps" — specifically, his HIV-positive status, which The National ENQUIRER was first to report in a world exclusive.

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"Everything was very strict on the HIV — it could not slip," she told Australia's Kyle and Jackie O Show Tuesday. "I think as far as outsiders coming in — like those girls, the hookers, the porn stars — it would be a liability to disclose it to them, so I guess he never disclosed" his status.

While saying earlier that Sheen's "Goddesses" — Natalie Kenly and Bree Olson, both 29, would be viewed a liability with the sensitive information — the assistant backpedaled somewhat when asked if she thought Olson was truthful in saying she never knew about Sheen's heath.

"I don't know how she wouldn't know," the assistant said of Olson, who told Howard Stern Tuesday that Sheen told her that he was "clean;" and that the actor used questionable "lambskin condoms" in his risky sexual romps.

Asked about Sheen's ex-wives that would come over, the assistant praised Denise Richards as being "like an angel," but said that Brooke Mueller was a loose cannon who nearly let out Sheen's secret on many occasions, using it as leverage against the troubled Anger Management actor.

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"Denise is a very nice woman," the assistant said. "Brooke, at times, she almost pulled the trigger plenty of times when they were at war — she held that over his head for four years now."

The assistant said that Sheen was "miserable" in his life, and stayed holed up "in a small room" with the door closed, doing "whatever he's doing" and rarely stepping outside.

"It was so sad: I really learned money and fame can't really make you happy," she said.

More than 1.2 million people in the U.S. are living with HIV or AIDS. If you are worried about HIV, get in touch with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.



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