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In the second part of his Today show interview with Jeff Rossen, Charlie Sheen says life with his two young girlfriends -- Natalie Kenly and Rachel Oberlin, a.k.a. "The Goddesses" -- works perfectly fine for him.
"These women don't judge me," he says. "They don't lead with opinion. 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."
Kenly, a model/graphic designer, and Oberlin, a porn star, are living with Sheen in his home, which he's dubbed "Sober Valley Lodge." And it seems the women are also helping the actor with the parenting duties of his twin sons with soon-to-be ex-wife Brooke Mueller. But Sheen insists he has the final say in their upbringing.
"Everybody's vote has equal importance," he says. "But when we're approaching crisis, I remind them, 'Look, I'm 22 years further down the road ... My plan is gonna be the best one in the room. So, just trust me on that and everybody will win. Everybody will win and everybody's needs will be taken care of."
As for his family, including father Martin Sheen (who has expressed his concern for his son), Charlie says he really doesn't want to hear their opinions.
"They tried," Sheen told Rossen. "But I said, 'You know, I'm not ready, I'm not interested in your rhetoric right now. I appreciate your love, your compassion, if that's what you wanna call it. But I'm 45 years old, and I'm not interested in people treating me like a 12-year-old."
Addressing the recent resignation of his publicist Stan Rosenfield, Sheen just doesn't seem fazed.
"I can't speak for him, but maybe he got overwhelmed," Sheen said. "Maybe he felt like he wasn't respected…I don't know. But there's sort of something epic about that. That it got so gnarly that Stan just went, 'I'm out.' That's fine. That's how I roll. And if it's too gnarly for people, then buh-bye. There's the freakin' door, you know?"
But still, Sheen assures Rossen that he's completely in control of his surroundings. "Don’t be worried, don’t be worried," he says. "I am grandiose because I live a grandiose life. What's wrong with that?"
For even more of Charlie Sheen, make sure you check out the 20/20 special, "Charlie Sheen: In His Own Words," airing tonight at 10 p.m. on ABC.