Pamela Anderson’s naked truth: 55-year-old poses completely NUDE in stunning shoot – as she admits she ‘feels sick to her stomach’ about publishing her tell-all book because she knows it has ‘hurt people’
Pamela Anderson has bared it all in a new cover shoot, posing naked on a white couch with nothing but long golden locks to protect her modesty.
The blonde bombshell, 55, sat down with journalist Ronan Farrow for Interview Magazine to discuss her new book and Netflix documentary that both came out earlier this week.
The Q&A was accompanied by some racy snaps of Pamela lying on the couch in the buff with her luscious blonde hair laid out across her signature curves.
In another photo, she wears a black turtleneck knit dress and licks steamed-up glass while looking into the camera.
She also poses in the same dress by a window as she shoots a sultry glance over her shoulder, her hair falling into her face.
Pamela Anderson has bared it all in a new cover shoot, posing naked on a white couch with her golden locks draped over her body
In part of the interview, the 55-year-old admits she felt ‘a little sick to my stomach’ about her new book and documentary
Covering up again, Pamela wears a white trench as a dress paired with boxing gloves while perched on a fold-up chair.
In part of the interview, the 55-year-old admits she felt ‘a little sick to my stomach’ about both projects.
‘My mother has read it. It hurts people and I’m sorry for that. But I needed to look at my life from beginning to end,’ she said.
‘The one fortunate thing about being in the public eye is that I’m able to tell my story, and hopefully it’s inspirational to people.’
The Canadian actress talks about her sons, 25-year-old Dylan and 26-year-old Brandon, who she says were ‘huge instigators’ of her book, Love, Pamela, and the documentary, Pamela, A Love Story.
‘They really wanted me to tell my story. And they didn’t even know all the gritty details. They obviously were very affected by the tape being stolen and my divorce from Tommy [Lee],’ she said.
‘But they just said, “Mom, no one knows you, and they think they do.” That doesn’t sit right with them.
‘Obviously, they’ve been raised by me, so they realize I’m honest to a fault and that it might be an interesting and possibly inspiring story. So they supported me 100 percent.’
‘My mother has read it. It hurts people and I’m sorry for that. But I needed to look at my life from beginning to end,’ she said
The Canadian actress talks about her sons who she says were ‘huge instigators’ of her book, Love, Pamela, and the documentary, Pamela, A Love Story
‘They really wanted me to tell my story. And they didn’t even know all the gritty details,’ she said
‘But they just said, “Mom, no one knows you, and they think they do.” That doesn’t sit right with them,’ Pamela added
The Baywatch star also revealed she tried to balance being ‘very, very protective’ of her children without them feeling ‘like they were being overprotected.’
But she was forced to hire security when her sons were elementary school after ‘someone tried to take Dylan off the playground.’
Pamela said she was able to intervene and stop the stranger who ‘had been living in the bushes close to the school and he had a whole encampment made of pictures of me.’
‘He had People magazine in his hand and he was looking for my son because he had seen a picture of him,’ she recalled of the disturbing moment.
Farrow also broach the subject of Pamela’s controversial comments in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
The journalist is the estranged son of director Woody Allen and he has accused his father of molesting his sister, Dylan. Allen denies the allegations.
Back in 2017, Pamela said that Harvey Weinstein accusers shouldn’t have made the choice to go to ‘a hotel room alone.’
‘I learned not to put myself in those positions. When I came to Hollywood, I had a lot of offers to do private auditions and things that just made no sense, just common sense,’ she said.
‘Don’t go into a hotel room alone. If someone answers the door in a bathrobe, leave.’
In the new interview, Pamela doubled down, saying: ‘My mother would tell me – and I think this is the kind of feminism I grew up with – it takes two to tango.
‘Believe me, I’ve been in many situations where it’s like, “Come in here little girl, sit on the bed.” But my mom would say, “If someone answers the door in a hotel robe and you’re going for an interview, don’t go in. But if you do go in, get the job.”
‘That’s a horrible thing to say but that’s how I was. I skated on the edges of destruction, I just had this sense of value and self-worth. But I think a lot of people don’t have that or they weren’t taught that. Thank God for the #MeToo movement because things have changed and people are much more careful and respectful.’
In the Netflix documentary, Pamela spoke out about the abuse she suffered at the hands of her female babysitter.
The actress said she later tried to kill the woman by stabbing her in the heart, but she died in a car crash a day later.
Young Pamela was so convinced that she had caused the death with her own magic powers that she didn’t tell anyone and carried the guilt with her for years.
In a harrowing account, the TV star and model said: ‘I had some horrible things happen when I was little.
‘I had a babysitter and my parents thought she was a great babysitter because she brought presents all the time, but she was molesting me.
‘It was three or four years of abuse. She always told me not to tell my parents. I tried to protect my brother from her. I tried to kill her.
‘I tried to stab her in the heart with a candy cane pen. And then I told her I wanted her to die and then she died in a car accident the next day.
‘So I thought I killed her with my magical mind and I couldn’t tell anyone. But I was sure that I did it, that I wished her dead and she died.
‘I lived with that my whole really young life.’
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