Pamela Anderson has been doing rounds on the internet recently. The Canadian-American actress’s memoir and documentary came out recently and that has got the whole world in a state of shock. Anderson has described her journey from being a small-town girl on Vancouver Island to becoming one of the world’s most popular women. Her exclusive Netflix documentary, Pamela, a Love Story, and her memoir, Love, Pamela both cover every part of her life so far. The Baywatch actress has described some very disturbing events in her memoir including the incident where she was rap*d as a teenager and also how she was flashed back in the 90s.
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In a recent interview, Pamela Anderson talked about how she does not regret sleeping with her superiors.
Pamela Anderson’s controversial comments amid the #MeToo movement
In a recent interview with Ronan Farrow, Pamela Anderson opened up about how she feels about sleeping with producers. The Canadian-American actress explained her controversial statements from 2017. Back in 2017, Anderson made a controversial statement at the height of the #MeToo movement. She said, “You know what you’re getting into if you go to a hotel room alone.” Now recently in an interview with Ronan Farrow, she told how she feels about sleeping with her superiors. Anderson said that her mother taught her, “it takes two to tango.”
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The Barb Wire actress reveals how she feels about sleeping with producers
Pamela Anderson warned young actors/actresses of not entering a room if someone answers the door in a bathrobe. She said that her mother told her, “If someone answers the door in a hotel robe and you’re going for an interview, don’t go in.” She further added, “But if you do go in, get the job“. Anderson instantly felt that maybe she said something wrong and said, it was “a horrible thing to say.” She further added that she was taught all of this by her mother and now she realizes that many people have got no clue about this. Anderson earlier also talked about how she herself turned down many such interviews back in the 90s.
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The Raw Justice actress further thanked the #MeToo movement for increasing awareness about such things. She said,
“Thank God for the #MeToo movement because things have changed and people are much more careful and respectful.“
Anderson’s memoir, Love, Pamela was released on Tuesday earlier this week. The memoir also covers the topic of her infamous s*x tape scandal with her ex-husband, Tommy Lee, among many other things.
Source: Page Six