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Bree Olson Is Charlie Sheen's Goddess And A Vegan

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Bree Olson, the bottle blond porn star who has stuck by Charlie Sheen‘s side and been generously dubbed a “Goddess” by the actor, also happens to be a proud vegan!

Olson is one of Sheen’s two girlfriends who reside in his home, and has received a lot of attention lately thanks in large part to Sheen’s “WINNING” antics. It was announced yesterday that Sheen was officially fired from Two and a Half Men (big surprise there), and since first joining his Twitter follower numbers have swelled to over 2 million.

So, we think it’s fair to assume that Olson has been feeling some of the follower love as well. An important aspect, as Olson uses her Twitter account to promote things like vegan food and restaurants (fair warning though: that’s in addition to her many tweets about the adult film industry). “Gettin my Vegan on at Flat Top Grill,” Olson tweeted. And while on vacation she wrote, “I got yelled at for throwing fish back into the ocean that people were catching today. Sorry guys! It was too sad! It’s the vegan in me!”

To be honest, I am with Joan Rivers when she describes Sheen as “awful.” I don’t think that a man who has been a drug addict and accused of violence against women should be glorified in the media, especially considering he is a father of four rather young and impressionable children (not to mention a 25-year-old). And what Olson sees in the actor remains a mystery to me… Though, it does give me some pleasure to think that she may be feeding Mr. Sheen a vegan diet, if that’s the only good thing that comes out of this!

Via Vegetarian Star

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