This revelation was made on her new documentary entitled “Kid 90.” The actress also made a significant comparison between Sheen and Mr. Big, AC character from “Sex and the City” series.
This relationship was not made public at the time and Sheen did not react to the actress’ claim that they were romantically involved when she was 18.
Read below for more details on the documentary.
Soleil Moon Frye As A Child-Star
Born in Glendora, California, U.S. on August 6, 1976, Frye is popularly known as an American actress, director and screenwriter.
She kicked off her movie career as a child-actor when she was two years old. Five years later, she landed the role of NBC’s Punky Brewster.
The showed initially aired in September 1984, but did not do well in ratings. However, the character Punky Brewster was a phenomenon among children.
Moving on, Frye was given a lead role in an ABC sitcom titled “Pilot Cadet” which was released for viewing in September 25, 1989.
The documentary, which will be released on Hulu’s network, details Frye’s life as a child star.
She was only two years old when she began her acting journey and so far, she has been a significant addition to the movie industry.
The documentary also revealed several interviews that Frye carried out with her colleagues. People like Brian Austin Green, Mark-Paul Gosselaar and David Arquette.
To round it off, the documentary also showed the “Wild Horses” actress, revealed a diary entry, where she wrote a detailed account of her sexual experience with Sheen.
Sheen & Frye? Wow!
The diary entry was dated December 18, 1994 and it marked the day she slept with Sheen, thereby losing her virginity.
Frye recalled that day as “the most strange and incredible day ever.” She further revealed that prior to that moment, she had a deep crush for the actor, which went on for years.
“He’s a person that intrigues me and excites me,” she said.
Moving on, Frye explained to USA Today, that Sheen was not awful to her, as he treated her with care, which only left her with positive memories years later.
Charlie Sheen’s Sexual Assault Controversy
According to Frye, Sheen not only gave her one of the best moments of her life, he also tried to give her support anyway he could over the years.
However, in Corey Feldman’s documentary titled “My Truth: The Rape Of Two Coreys,” Sheen was accused of sexually abusing Corey Haim while they were on set for “Lucas” in 1986.
When Sheen heard about the allegation, he publicly denied it, stating that; “these sick, twisted and outlandish allegations never occurred. Period.”
Although the case never went to court as the alleged victim, Haim, died of an accidental drug overdose on March 10, 2010.