Former "Punky Brewster" star Soleil Moon Frye made headlines this week after revealing in her new documentary "Kid '90" that she shared her first consensual sexual experience with Charlie Sheen.
On March 16, after news of their private tryst was made public, Charlie reacted with class, telling Us Weekly that the actress is "a good egg."
"I wish Soleil well in this resurgence of hers," he said, adding that he's yet to watch her Hulu documentary. "It's on my list to watch and very near the top."
In the documentary, Soleil reveals that she was sexually assaulted at the age of 17 or 18. The first time she had consensual sex was with the "Two and a Half Men" alum. At the time, she was 18 and Charlie was 29.
While reading a journal entry from Dec. 18, 1994, Soleil said Charlie was "somebody I've had a crush on for years" and a man "that intrigues me and excited me." She referred to him as her "Mr. Big" — a nod to Carrie Bradshaw's love interest on "Sex and the City."
Charlie, she said, was "so kind and loving."
In speaking to USA Today about the actor, Soleil gushed, "I can only speak to my experience and my story with him. In opening the diaries and reading back the diary entries, it was very sweet and he had been really kind to me and and treated me really beautifully. And for all these years afterwards, in some of the most pivotal moments in my life, has checked in and (lent) his support."