FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Adult film star and former Charlie Sheen "Goddess" Bree Olson, whose real name is Rachel Oberlin, pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to an OWI charge stemming from a February arrest.
She was arrested after crashing her vehicle on West Jefferson Blvd. near Swinney Park in Fort Wayne.
Oberlin will be sentenced for the Class-C Misdemeanor on May 3. As part of her plea agreement, Oberlin will be on unsupervised probation for one year pending the successful completion of the Criminal Division Services program.
Both she and her attorney were pleased with the results and praised the court for its work.
Oberlin said that it is great to be home and back in Fort Wayne. She said she has received a lot of hometown support and said she is just another Fort Wayne girl.
Oberlin said, "I'm an Indiana girl, you know, regardless of what I do when I'm out of town. When I come home I'm just like any other Fort Wayne Girl. I go down to the Loving Café and I go to New Haven Tanning and I go and get my nails and hang out with my friends."
Oberlin also hinted at getting into mainstream cinema and said she would like to do it on her own. She said, "I honestly am not sure what I'm going to do right now. I would like to get into mainstream, but I'd like to do it on my own. You know, I'd like to move to L.A. and start taking classes. Basically start from the bottom-up like any other person would do."
Most recently in the headlines for living and touring with Charlie Sheen on his "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option" tour, Oberlin confirmed today that she and Sheen have split up. Today she said they split while on tour in Canada.
Oberlin said she and Sheen still talk. She said she supports Sheen and wishes him the best.
Oberlin had been living with the 45-year-old Sheen and another woman, Natalie "Natty Baby" Kenly and was known as one of Sheen's two "Goddesses."
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