Charlie Sheen ex to current girlfriend 'goddesses': 'Run' - See video
Lindsay Wager, a former adult film actress, says she and Charlie Sheen had a sexual relationship in 2010, during which she claims Sheen "had very large amounts, very large amounts at least briefcases full of [cocaine]" and once stayed up for several days in a paranoid state. She also had sage advice for Sheen's "goddesses": "Run."
Wager, who is 24 and a Texas native, said that she met Sheen in July 2010 after she quit the adult film business. She said the two were involved in a sexual relationship for four months last year and that she lived at his Los Angeles home for a month.
The 24-year-old says, "I believe he's a sex addict," and adds that intimacy with the actor "was pretty good. I'd give it an 'A'." However, she says that Sheen's drug use sometimes made it difficult for him to perform in bed. "He had difficulties some of the time, most of the time," Wager said.
Sheen has made headlines in recent days due to a series of erratic rants made on television and on the radio against Chuck Lorre, the co-creator of his CBS comedy series "Two and a Half Men." Sheen's publicist quit earlier this week.
He says he has not used drugs in recent days and his representatives had no immediate comment on Wager's remarks, made to WABC Television, the sister station of KABC, OnTheRedCarpet.com's parent company.
Last week, production of "Two and a Half Men" was shut down following the broadcast of Sheen's first on-air rant, made on the radio. Filming on the series was suspended in January after Sheen began treatment for drug and alcohol addiction amid reports of wild partying with adult film stars.
Sheen has been in and out of rehab several times in the past year. The actor, who in November filed for divorce from his third wife Brooke Mueller, is known for his partying ways and his fondness for the women in his life, whom he calls "goddesses."
Wager claims she and Sheen "partied" together, which she said was "fun," but that his behavior started to frighten her. "He was paranoid of course, blinds shut, all curtains shut, just pitch black in his room and watching pornography and smoking cocaine and I just thought in my head, 'What am I doing here?"' she said.
Wager says she left Sheen's house on October 17th. "He was belligerent drunk, been up for two, three days. So that did scare me," she said.
In August, when Wager said she was involved with him, Sheen pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge regarding a confrontation with Mueller that had occurred in December 2009. He was sentenced to 30 days in a rehabilitation center, 30 days of probation and 36 hours of anger management.
In 1997, Sheen pleaded no contest to a battery charge against his girlfriend and in 2006, Denise Richards, his second wife, obtained a restraining order against him.
The actor opened a verified Twitter account on Tuesday and posted a photo of him with Bree Olson, one of Sheen's "goddesses" featured in his recent interviews, who is holding a container of Naked juice.
Sheen has spoken about his feelings about Lorre and about his life with reporters from several major news outlets, including ABC, which will air an "20/20" interview with the 45-year-old actor on Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET.
Meanwhile, Warner Bros. Television reportedly agreed on Monday to pay the crew of "Two and a Half Men" for half of the eight episodes of TV's top-rated comedy that were canceled by producers who were upset about Sheen's off-screen antics.
Sheen says he is not concerned with his own paychecks at the moment, despite telling NBC that CBS should give him a 50 percent pay raise and pay him $3 million per episode to appear in another season of "Two and a Half Men." The actor reportedly makes $1.8 million per episode in his current contract.
As for his future media appearances, Sheen wrote, "Just got invited to do the Nancy Grace show... I'd rather go on a long road trip with Chuck Lorre in a '75 Pacer...."
Check out the interview with Lindsay Wager about Charlie Sheen below.