Unrepentant Charlie Sheen told how his two lovers rule him as he continued his media blitz in his latest interview.
Sheen, who is facing a battle for custody of his twin sons, recently appeared on several US television shows, including Piers Morgan's Tonight show on CNN.
In an newspaper interview today, the 45-year-old discussed his life with former nanny Natalie Kenly and Rachel Oberlin, a porn actress.
He said: "The goddesses rule. They rule the kingdom.
"I got a chance to label them before the world did and now they're the goddesses. Those two are like the toughest cats in the room."
He said the trio have two beds in their LA home, adding: "It's very smart and that way no-one gets demoted to the couch."
Television chiefs last month pulled the plug on production of Sheen's sitcom Two And A Half Men after he publicly laid into his bosses, including executive producer Chuck Lorre.
But the star, who has famously led a hell-raising lifestyle but now claims to be sober, insisted: "I'm not feeling sorry for myself. I'm not complaining.
"Everybody says I have nine lives but I have to be careful because I don't know which one I am on."
In today's interview, he made another reference to the "tiger blood" running through his veins, and said he was riding a "cosmic mercury surfboard down the face of a tsunami".
He said he is confident he will win custody of 23-month-old twins Bob and Max, who were taken by police this week and returned to his estranged wife Brooke Mueller.
But he admitted he is in the dark about the boys' whereabouts.
"As we sit here today I don't know where my kids are," he said.
"I'm not upset, my emotions are out of it, my ego is out of it. But I am disappointed in the system. This is not the America I was raised in."