Bree Olson attends the world premiere of 'UNITY' at the DGA Theater on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 in Los Angeles. (Photo by Paul A. Hebert/Invision/AP)

Bree Olson attends the world premiere of 'UNITY' at the DGA Theater on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 in Los Angeles. (Photo by Paul A. Hebert/Invision/AP)

Scoop: Women claim Charlie Sheen did not reveal his HIV-status

Bree Olson is among those not buying Charlie Sheen’s story about telling his sex partners he is HIV-positive.

On Tuesday, after the actor told Matt Lauer on “Today” that he informed all of his partners of his diagnosis before having sex with them, his former girlfriend told Howard Stern on the radio, that’s “bulls—.”

“He never said anything to me. I was his girlfriend. I lived with him. We were together. We had sex almost every day for a year—with lambskin condoms,” she said.

The former porn star was one of Sheen’s two infamous live-in girlfriends, along with Natalie Kenly. They were the “goddesses” by his side in 2011 during his publicized meltdown and rant against “Two and a Half Men” creator Chuck Lorre.

Sheen’s manager Mark Burg told People that the actor wasn’t HIV-positive when he was with Olson.

On “Today,” Sheen said he has paid $10 million in attempts to keep his status secret, but that he wanted his announcement to end “this barrage of attacks and of sub-truths and very harmful and mercurial stories that are about me.”

Meanwhile, TMZ reported that six women who recently have had sex with Sheen (who did not tell them about his status) have contacted a Los Angeles attorney, and plan to sue Sheen for intentional infliction of emotional distress, fraud and sexual battery.

TMZ also reported that a source connected with Sheen says the actor has had at least 200 partners in the last two years.

In Touch magazine released a non-disclosure agreement Sheen had his partners sign. Under the terms, they must refrain from revealing “confidential information” or face consequences, including a $100,000 fine.

POLITICAL PAGEANT WOES

Canada’s human-rights minded Miss World contestant is speaking out about why she may miss the Miss World paegant in China.

Anastasia Lin, 25, a Toronto actress, has not been issued a letter from China that would grant her a visa in time for the competition on Dec. 19.

Lin told the Toronto Star, if not all the contestants can attend, then “China should not be qualified to host this competition and Miss World should move. It’s a matter of principle.”

Chinese media initially covered Lin’s crowning in May as a story of a local girl makes good, but she says that news disappeared after information about her past surfaced.

The theater arts graduate has acted in productions critical of her homeland, including its treatment of Falun Gong, a spiritual practice banned in China.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Oakland Raider Jimmy Hall is 24. … Actress Chloe Sevigny is 41…. Actor Owen Wilson is 47. … Guitarist Kirk Hammett of Metallica is 53 … Comedian Kevin Nealon is 62. … Singer Graham Parker is 65. … Actress Linda Evans is 73. … Writer Margaret Atwood is 76.

— Wire report

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