Porn star, and former Charlie Sheen Goddess, Bree Olson, has come forward to ABC News on the topic of The Tiger Blooded Space Warlock himself. Olson stands firm in protecting Sheen from any further media slander, but does not extend the same loving courtesy for her sister goddess, Natalie Kenly.

Natalie “Natty” Kenly, is a poster-girl for Cali Chronic X Magazine, a marijuana magazine. She was also recently named “Chronic Girl 2010″. Bree Olson details the “thick” atmosphere within the Sheen manor between Kenly and herself. In previous interviews picturing Olson, Kenly, and Sheen, Kenly had stated their precarious love trio simply “worked” for them. Olson’s statements of Kenly crying daily do not paint the same picture.

I implore you, the reader, to stay unbiased after watching this video. Although even I lean toward believing Bree Olson‘s statements specifically focusing on Natalie Kenly, her incessant protection of Charlie Sheen is still very peculiar. I do not rule out that “Beauty and the Beast” is possible, but to imply Charlie Sheen has never done drugs is a blatant public relations decision. One that perfectly aligns with Bree Olson‘s plans to attempt moving into mainstream acting.

Bree honey, didn’t you learn anything from Sasha Grey? You don’t actually have sex with the cocaine addicted movie star, you just act like you did on a mainstream HBO television series.

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NBC’s new series “The Playboy Club” hasn’t even aired its first episode, and some people already want it off the air.

First, NBC’s Salt Lake City, UT affiliate, KSL-TV, refused to air the show, saying that their station is “completely inconsistent with the Playboy brand.”

Now an anti-porn foundation is determined to shut down the show completely

“What’s shown in ‘The Playboy Club’ is not real—Playboy definitely damages people. It’s pornography, it’s sex trafficking and it exploits women,” the founder of Pink Cross, ex porn actress Shelley Lubben, tells FOX411.com. “The series looks like it’s all cute, taking place back in the old days—it seems harmless, but then they show a quick clip of three people going at it in the bathroom. NBC is breaking the law with this show—they’re not meeting FCC standards.”

The nonprofit group Morality in Media agrees.

“We’re launching a big effort with our web site, closetheclubonnbc.com,” Dawn Hawkins, executive director, Morality In Media, tells FOX411.com. “We’re asking supporters to sign the pledge to and to contact their local NBC affiliates and ask them not to air the show. And as soon as we discover who is sponsoring the show, we’ll ask our supporters to contact them as well.”

Hawkins charges that “The Playboy Club” glamorizes pornography. “We know now, years later, that pornography is very harmful to society. It leads to addiction in children and adults, increased sex trafficking violence against women—and ‘Playboy’ is really the root of all of this. We just don’t want to see it glamorized any further, which it will be if it’s aired on NBC.”…….

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