Despite being suspended from his job and engaging in a public war of words with CBS and the producers of "Two and a Half Men," Charlie Sheen said he loves his life, surrounded by his twin boys and two 24-year-old girlfriends.
"It's perfect. It's awesome. Every day is just filled with just wins. All we do is put wins in the record books," the 45-year-old actor said. "We win so radically in our underwear before our first cup of coffee, it's scary. People say it's lonely at the top, but I sure like the view."
Sheen, who has long had a penchant for prostitutes and porn stars, lives with two women whom he calls his "goddesses": Natalie Kenly, a graphic designer and Rachel Oberlin, a porn star.
"You've read about the goddesses, come on. They're an international sensation. These are my girlfriends. These are the women that I love that have completed the three parts of my heart," Sheen said.
"It seems crazy to everybody else, but for us it works," Kenly said about their abnormal arrangement.
"Natty and Charlie have their own special connection, I have my own connection with Charlie and then Natty and I also have our own relationship," said Oberlin, who is also known as adult film star Bree Olson.
The embattled actor opened up his Beverly Hills home, which he now shares with his two girlfriends and his twin sons with soon-to-be ex-wife Brooke Mueller, to ABC News this weekend.
On Thursday, CBS announced that it had canceled the rest of the season of the hit comedy because of Sheen's "statements, conduct and condition," after the actor's scathing rant against Chuck Lorre on the radio program "Alex Jones Show."
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Sheen Jokes About Polygamy
Kenly, who started dating Sheen around October, said she "fell in love with his brain" and can't see her life without him; Oberlin said she would love to marry the star. Sheen said it was "too soon to tell," but that today he has no plans to marry again.
"I tried marriage. I'm 0 for 3 with the marriage thing. So, being a ballplayer -- I believe in numbers. I'm not going 0 for 4. I'm not wearing a golden sombrero," he said.
Flanked by two blondes, Sheen called Hugh Hefner "an amateur" and joked about starting a polygamous marriage with the "wedge," his nickname for himself, Oberlin and Kenly.
"Maybe the three of us will get married. I don't know," he said sarcastically. "I'm gonna say this. It's a polygamy story. All my guy friends are gonna like throw tomatoes at me. It's like an organic union of the hearts."
Sheen's current arrangement with the "goddesses" is far from traditional. Oberlin said they don't always sleep in the same bed together, but "land wherever we land." Sheen said the unorthodox setup is even better than a marriage.
"We have a few rules here. Nobody panics. There's no judgment. You park your judgment at the door. Nobody dies. And -- enjoy every moment. What did I miss? Drink chocolate milk," Sheen said. "We just have fun. There's a ton of laughter in this house. A ton of love in this house. There's a ton of nobility in this house."
"It's not a wild scene with jealous girls and ex-wives and all this kind of stuff. It all very ... we love Charlie," Kenly said.
In a wide-ranging interview with ABC News, Sheen responded to all his recent headline-making actions, including his public feud with CBS, his feelings about Chuck Lorre and his future.
Sheen said he's now clean and the star passed a series of drug tests, conducted by RadarOnline.com, proving there was no marijuana, cocaine, opiates, amphetamines or alcohol in his blood or urine.
Sheen did not hold back on any front. He was forthcoming on his affinity for porn stars, saying "it's exciting" and "you already know what you're getting before you meet them."
"They're the best at what they do and I'm the best at what I do," he said. "And together it's like, it's on. Sorry, Middle America. Yeah, I said it."
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On his penchant for prostitutes, Sheen said it allows him to simplify things.
"Who wants to deal with all the small talk and nonsense? And you're paying for something that eliminates that. And I don't know. It makes sense to me," he said. "As long as you're not lying to anybody. As long as you're not lying to people, I think whatever you're doing, there's no children involved in, then you're OK. But people are going to judge it, because they're so jealous."
Kenly on Sheen's Twin Boys: 'I Would Take a Bullet for Them'
"The wedge" told ABC News that their partying days were a thing of the past and that Sheen's nearly 2-year-old twin boys Max and Bob, are the priority.
"We've got the kids here. They take precedence over anything else," said Kenly, who was once a nanny. She said she enjoys helping Sheen care for the boys while mom Brooke Mueller is not around: "I love those boys. I would take a bullet for them."
Sheen said he would unleash a violent side that was "unlike anything you'll ever see" to "protect his family."
Despite his love for his children, Sheen said he was not worried about his kids being negatively affected by his lifestyle choices or recent headline-making actions.
"I'm not gonna worry about it, or I can say, 'Hey, kids, your dad's a rockstar. Look at his experiences. Look at what he survived.' Bang. There are some of your lessons, but the real lessons are gonna be in the future," Sheen said.
Sheen is a father to five children -- 26-year old daughter Cassandra, who was recently married, and four kids who are minors, including the twin boys and two daughters, Sam and Lola. who are under custody of his ex-wife Denise Richards.
Sheen said he doesn't spend enough time with his daughters, who are ages 5 and 6, to have his more controversial behaviors, like a highly-publicized weekend bender, have an impact on them.
"I don't see them enough to have that influence, but that was yesterday and today it could be different. I don't know," he said. "They'll wake up one day and realize how cool dad is. And, you know, signs all the checks on the front, not the back. And you know, we need him and we need his wisdom and his bitchin'-ness."
Sheen on CBS Battle, Feud With Chuck Lorre
After eight successful seasons of "Two and Half Men," Sheen said he felt underappreciated and unloved, especially when CBS executives and the show's creator Chuck Lorre arrived on set.
"We have an expression down there that the fun stops at 1:00. That's when they roll in. And they just puke all over it. And it's all about judgment and there's no real gratitude. And that has to change," Sheen said.
"If they can't change that, they're not welcome in my perfect work environment," he said. "And they're not welcome to be in the presence of what I'm delivering. Because they just need to take a step back and say, 'Wow, wow, look what this guy's doing for us, for all of us.'"
With the show puling in an estimated $160 million in advertising revenue this season alone, Sheen, who reportedly made $1.8 million per episode, said he made CBS and Lorre, very rich.
"The numbers don't lie. Chuck [Lorre] was on his way back. He had a $48 million, four-year deal or something. He had three failed pilots. And they were ready to just like write him that final check and just be like, 'Thanks, dude, we tried. But it didn't work out.' And then I walk in and deliver the lottery," Sheen said.
Sheen told ABC News that from the start, he did not get along with Lorre.
"It was a fake friendship. I never felt respected in a way that I should have been. ... I showed up and this dude won the lottery. And so I always felt like, 'Why am I being treated like an unwelcome relative and being given cold coffee at, like 8 PM in the middle of the fourth inning?'"
In one of Sheen's outbursts on the radio program "Alex Jones Show" that ultimately led to the show's suspension for the rest of the season, he took aim at Lorre, saying that he must have embarrassed him "in front of his children and the world by healing at a pace that his un-evolved mind cannot process." Later, he also challenged Lorre to a fight, saying, "If he wins, then he can leave MY show," according to TMZ.
Sheen told ABC News he issued Lorre this "challenge" because the producer was trying to destroy his family.
"If you destroy my family then I will deal with you with violent hatred. Sorry, it's my code. And it's not like it has to be delivered in a way that's, like, you know, all obvious and -- and like, you know, radio speak. But yeah, there's some wrongs to be righted," Sheen said.
Monday, Warner Bros. agreed to pay the "Two and Half Men" crew for the four weeks of work they will miss due to the show's cancellation, according to TMZ.com. Crew members reportedly told TMZ that it was Lorre who prompted Warner Bros. to take these steps.
Despite his hatred for Lorre, Sheen said he does want to resume work on the show and may be prepared to talk to Lorre to get the show back.
"I don't know if Chuck and I can ever work together again. But maybe guys just sit in a room and just go, 'Look, we hate each other. Let's continue to make some great television.' Maybe that's possible. I don't know," Sheen said. "I'm not gonna get violent on the guy. I'm not stupid. I go to jail, I lose all my power."
CBS and Lorre had no comment.
Even after Sheen's fall from grace, the public opinion on Sheen -- in the form of ratings -- still seems high. Almost as high, perhaps, as his own opinion of himself.
Sheen told ABC News that he had "billions" -- not "millions" -- of fans that tune in and rally around him because he is so honest.
"I think the honesty not only shines through in my work, but also my personal life. And I get in trouble for being honest," he said. "I'm extremely old-fashioned. I'm a nobleman. I'm chivalrous."
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