Through his manager, Charlie Sheen has a very simple message for Bree Olson:
Calm the heck down.
As anyone with an Internet connection and/or a television set knows by now, Sheen admitted to Matt Lauer on Tuesday morning that he has HIV.
The actor told the host that he was diagnosed with this potentially fatal disease about four years ago, which was right around the time he was "winning" and drinking "tiger's blood" and dating Olson.
Sheen also told Lauer, however, that every woman he's slept with since his diagnosis was informed previous to their bedroom romp that the star was HIV positive.
But Olson immediately went on Howard Stern and went off on Sheen, saying he's a liar and he could have killed her because, no, he did NOT inform her of his health status.
There's a perfectly good explanation for this, though. According to Sheen's manager... his client did not tell Olson because there was nothing to tell her during their relationship.
"Bree Olsen was with Charlie in March and April of 2011 when he fired her from the [Violent Torpedo of Truth] tour," Mark Burg says in a statement to E! News.
"Charlie was not HIV positive at that time and tested negative two times after he got back from the tour.
"He didn't tell her because he wasn't HIV positive at the time. He has not spoken to her since April 2011."
This would help explain why Olson is not HIV positive, a fact she reiterated on Twitter last night.
"I thought by doing 1 radio & 1 television interview- this would stop, but it hasn't," she wrote. "I DO NOT HAVE HIV. I AM HIV NEGATIVE."
Neither Brooke Mueller nor Denise Richards have been diagnosed with the disease, either, thank goodness.
But reports indicate this issue will remain a problem for Sheen, as six women have allegedly hired legal representation and plan on suing the star for endangering their lives through HIV-related sex.