Sheen had a message for the other women in his life: "I have real fame, they have nothing. They have zero. They have that night. And I will forget about them as the last image of them exits my beautiful home."
Earlier this week, Sheen's father, actor Martin Sheen, broke his silence about his troubled son. "With prayer, we lift him up and we ask for everyone who cares about him to lift him up," Martin Sheen said Tuesday night at a movie premiere in London.
"If he had cancer, how would we treat him, you know?" Martin Sheen, 70, told Sky News. "... Addiction is a form of cancer, and you have to have an equal measure of concern and love, and lift them up, and that's what we do for him."
But Charlie Sheen, 45, says he's doing just fine. Indeed, amid the latest scandal, he said in another interview with the "Dan Patrick Show" last week that he has found love all over again.
When the radio host asked Sheen whether he was in love, Sheen said, "Eh, 100 percent. What's not to love ... you got to see this one."
"Well, you won't tell me who she is," Patrick replied.
"Oh, I'm sure the world will know soon enough," Sheen said.
Since then, Radar Online has identified the new mystery woman as Natalie Kenly, 24.
Cameras caught Sheen kissing Kenly and then partying with her on a yacht Tuesday night.
Charlie Sheen told "Good Morning America" that his new love is not a porn star or actress, and that the couple met through a mutual friend at a party.
Kenly told 'GMA' that she is a graphic designer. Sheen says he rescued her in a way and trusts her, that she's the only one who understands him.
When Kenly was asked if Sheen was sober, she said, "We don't use the word 'sober' in this house, we use 'clean,' and he is clean.'"
Sheen says he is 100 percent sober, he has things in check and is enjoying every moment, "I have 'mondo' gratitude for this life. Life is a fantasy."