LOS ANGELES — Ginger Lynn will be interviewed today by Nina Hartley on Lynn's radio show, Blame It On Ginger, regarding letters from Charlie and Martin Sheen addressed to the Golden Age starlet, recently released by the courts.
The show airs live today, from 4 – 6 p.m. PST, broadcast on the SkidRowStudios Radio Network.
“I’ve touched on some vague aspects of my relationship with Charlie over the years on a variety of interviews,” Lynn said. “However, I’ve never discussed it, nor gone into detail about it in over a decade of radio. I’ve just never talked about Charlie on any of my shows. With the recent release of Charlie and Martin’s Sheen’s letters, I just feel it’s the right time.”
Online media outlet RadarOnline.com exclusively obtained the letters penned by Hollywood’s bad boy and his father, written to a Los Angeles judge in 1991 during a tax evasion trial.
In the letter, the younger Sheen called Ginger the “one true love of his life,” “truly inspiring” and exhibiting a “powerful sense of integrity,” who helped him on his road to recovery. Charlie Sheen and Lynn Allen were together for five years during the 1990s.
“Ginger is, in my opinion, one of the finest people I’ve ever known,” Sheen wrote in the letter. “Her sense of loyalty and compassion far exceed the limits, which we normally see established by self-interest … She has a powerful sense of integrity, a strong internally defined morality and is, at times, generous to a fault … Her openness, honesty, sense of humor and occasional shyness captured my heart immediately. I discovered a very genuine person filled with an overwhelming zest for life. We fell in love shortly thereafter and have been happily linked ever since.”
Sheen added, “Over the past six years, her progress in overcoming obstacles some might label ‘insurmountable’ has been quite unique. She has taken some major risks in her career and has suffered rejection by some because of these. Yet, she has worked hard and kept faith in herself and has survived the risks to establish a promising career as an actress.”
Charlie’s father, Martin Sheen, also presented a letter of support for the actress, saying, “I truly believe Miss Allen is a person who will have a positive effect on the lives of many with whom she may come in contact.”
“I’m so thrilled to be a part of Ginger’s discussion of her relationship with Charlie,” Co-host Hartley said. “I know she’s mostly avoided the subject on her own shows, and the fact she’s chosen to come forward on Monday with me is an honor.”
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