Charlie Sheen's former "goddess" Bree Olson had a front row seat to the trainwreck ending of his career as TVs highest paid actor on Two and a Half Men. Now, she's speaking to INSIDE EDITION about what life was really like with the star.
Olson moved in with Sheen just days before his career imploded in an ugly public feud with Chuck Lorre, the creator of his hit show.
Olson also disapproved of Sheen's "Violent Torpedo of Truth Tour," and says it was what finally made her want to move out after three months of living in the Beverly Hills mansion.
"What's the real reason you broke up with Charlie?" Diane McInerney asked.
"I didn't really care for the tour. I was really all for him getting his career back with Two and a Half Men, and I felt that the tour was very distracting, and wasn't a good plan to get his career back," Olson said.
Olson also said she didn't think the people urging Sheen to do the tour had his best interests at heart.
"I felt like it was me against everyone else of what I thought was best for Charlie," Olson commented. "I thought that Charlie should just be at home, get all the media out of there and just call up Chuck and everyone else at Two and a Half Men and get meetings started and get things put back together again."
But Olson is moving on. Today, she finds herself on the cover of the August issue of Playboy magazine. Inside, she flaunts the body that made her a porn star–and made Sheen invite her to his mansion.
Olson told INSIDE EDITION how she became one of the world's most unlikely porn stars. Her real name is Rachel Oberlin, and she grew up in the small town of Fort Wayne, Indiana.
"[Fort Wayne] is very middle class, out in the country, cows in the backyard," Olson said of her hometown.
Olson says she was a straight-A pre-med student and worked full-time as a telemarketer. She decided doing porn might be a good way to pay off some of her college debt.
But this smalltown girl has landed herself in the middle of one of the biggest scandals in Hollywood.
Olson also revealed that she knows Sheen has regrets about the way he torpedoed his own career.
"It did finally come a point where he was ready to say, 'I'd like to work it out again. I'm sorry and everything.' And it was basically too late at that point," Olson said.
Olson says she and Sheen keep in touch and are still close friends. She also said she no longer plans to do adult films, and hopes to become a mainstream actress.