While his professional life is in turmoil, Charlie Sheen says life at home with his "goddesses" is "perfect."
"It's perfect. It's awesome. Every day is just filled with just wins. All we do is put wins in the record books," Sheen told ABC News. "We win so radically in our underwear before our first cup of coffee, it's scary. People say it's lonely at the top, but I sure like the view. ... These are the women that I love that have completed the three parts of my heart."
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Sheen lives with his two 24-year-old girlfriends — or as he calls them "goddesses" — Natalie Kenly, a nanny and graphic designer, and Rachel Oberlin, a porn star. Nicknaming himself the "Wedge," Sheen called Hugh Hefner an "amateur."
"Maybe the three of us will get married. I don't know," he joked. "I'm gonna say this. It's a polygamy story. All my guy friends are gonna like throw tomatoes at me. It's like an organic union of the hearts."
Kenly and Oberlin help Sheen raise his nearly 2-year-old twin sons, Max and Bob, whom he had with ex-wife Brooke Mueller. The women said their unorthodox relationship works, and they all have a special connection with each other. The "goddesses" also don't judge Sheen, he said.
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"They don't judge me. They don't lead with opinion," he told the Today show. "They don't lead with their own needs all the time. They're honest enough to tell me, 'Hey, look, you — you know, park your nonsense. You gotta help me solve this.' And we solve it."
The trio insists that Max and Bob take priority in their house. "I love those boys. I would take a bullet for them," Kenley told ABC News.
Sheen added that he would do anything to protect his family, but will not get violent with Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre, despite challenging him to a fight last week after production on the show was halted.
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"I don't know if Chuck and I can ever work together again," Sheen said. "But maybe guys just sit in a room and just go, 'Look, we hate each other. Let's continue to make some great television.' Maybe that's possible. I don't know. I'm not gonna get violent on the guy. I'm not stupid. I go to jail, I lose all my power."
Watch Sheen and his "goddesses":