Rachel Marie Oberlin, better known by her porn pseudonym Bree Olson, dated Charlie Sheen for six months during his Two and a Half Men dispute. Along with Natalie Kenly, Olson served as one of Sheen's live-in girlfriends—or "goddesses," as he famously called them—at his home, which he nicknamed Sober Valley Lodge. She was by Sheen's side as he spiraled downward, from his infamous radio rant against Men creator Chuck Lorre to his Violent Torpedo of Truth tour. Then, in April, she broke up with Sheen and removed herself from the media whirlwind.
Prior to her stint as Sheen's girlfriend, Olson, 24, was one of the most sought-after actresses in the adult film industry, appearing in more than 170 porn films. In an in-depth interview, Olson opens up about her relationship with Sheen—from his courting her in her home state of Indiana to their breakup, her porn career, and her decision to quit the adult industry and become a legit actress.
How did you get the name "Bree Olson"?
I went to high school with a chick named Bree who was super, super hot, so I was like, "OK, let's go with Bree." Then, when I got more popular and got an agency, they said I needed to pick a last name. It was either Bree Dupree or Bree Olson. I decided to go with Bree Olson because everyone says I look like the "Olsen girl next door," so I wanted to do a wholesome type of thing. And I watched the Olsen twins on Full House and I've always loved them, so that was part of it.
And you were at one point studying to be a doctor. How did you go from being premed to porn?
I went to Purdue University for two years premed. I was going full time and working 40 hours a week because I didn't have any support from my parents. It was a lot for me to deal with. I always had interest in the adult industry, so one day I just Googled "Porn Application." Sure enough, this website came up and I posted all my pictures and information.
What were you known for in the porn industry?
I was known for being the dirty girl. I had a really dirty mouth, so I could dirty talk like no other. I didn't even do it purposely. People just started complimenting me on it.
Read the rest of the interview on The Daily Beast: Being Charlie Sheen's Goddess
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