A book and a series: the explosive confessions of Pamela Anderson

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In his memoir and in a documentary for Netflix, the “Baywatch” star revealed that actor Tim Allen showed him his penis when he was 23< /h2>

A book and a series: the explosive confessions of Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson returns to the center of attention with her new book and documentary on Netflix, launching January 31

In her forthcoming memoir, Pamela Anderson details a disturbing incident with actor Tim Allen that took place on the set of ”Home Improvement” in 1991 when he was 23 years old.

“On the first day of filming, I left my dressing room and Tim was in the hallway in his robe. He opened his robe and revealed himself completely naked. He said that it was fair, because he had seen me naked. Now we are even. I laughed uncomfortably”, according to an excerpt from “Love, Pamela”, which Variety obtained ahead of the book's January 31 release.

Allen, who was 37 at the time of the incident, was presumably referring to Anderson's Playboy cover, which helped turn the actress into an internationally known sex symbol.

< b>“No, it never happened. I would never do such a thing,” Allen told Variety in a statement.

The explosive claim is one of many in the book, which tracks Anderson's rise from a small-town Vancouver Island girl to one of the world's most recognizable women.

“Home Improvement” marked one of Anderson's first credits, where she played Lisa the Tool Girl in what quickly became the #1 television series in the United States. He appeared in the first two seasons of the ABC sitcom before stepping down to focus on “Baywatch,” which became a global phenomenon exported to 150 countries.

“Love, Pamela” It is one of the most anticipated titles of the year. In her memoir, Anderson breaks her silence on last year's hit Hulu series, “Pam and Tommy,” which delves into the sex tape that was stolen from her home with her then-husband Tommy Lee.

 A book and a series: the explosive confessions of Pamela Anderson

"Pamela, A Love Story" arrives on Netflix on January 31 (Netflix)

In her documentary for Netflix, which premieres on January 31, Anderson said the theft of her sex tape recalled the helplessness and trauma she experienced after being raped at age 12, and attacked drama series, “Pam & Tommy”, for “retraumatizing her”.

The Hulu series, which stars British actress Lily James as Anderson and Sebastian Stan as her husband Tommy Lee, detailed the story of the sex tape that was stolen from the mansion Anderson shared with Tommy Lee.

“It gave me nightmares. I didn't sleep that night,” she admitted. And the 55-year-old model and actress added: “I don't feel like seeing her. No one really knows what we were going through at the time. They should have asked my permission.”

“I texted Tommy the other day and said, 'How do you feel about everything?' He told me: 'Pamela, don't let it hurt as much as the first time.'”

“I blocked that out of my life to survive, it was actually a coping mechanism, and now it all comes back up, I feel sick to my stomach. This feels like when the video was stolen. Basically, you're just a thing that belongs to the world.

During their honeymoon in Mexico, the couple filmed a home video that included about eight minutes of sex.

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The romance made the cover of Rolling Stone magazine

According to a police report filed by the couple in 1995, the The film was in a safe at his home along with weapons: an AK-47 FNC assault rifle, a .45-70 caliber rifle, and a shotgun, plus a Rolex, a diamond Cartier watch, and the white bikini Anderson wore. for your wedding.

The entire safe was robbed in October 1995 by electrician Rand Gauthier, who had been fired by the couple and believed they owed him money. He was portrayed by comedian Seth Rogen in the miniseries.

In March 1996, aware that copies of VHS were circulating, the couple filed a civil lawsuit for $10 million against everyone who thought they might have a copy, including Penthouse magazine. Meanwhile, the material was being sold on websites.

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Anderson says she is still tormented by the spread of her intimate video. “It was a really happy time in my life, but I didn't realize that everything was about to change. We had no idea that something in there could hurt us,” she notes.

The first clue was when a copy of the VHS tape was mailed to them. Tommy Lee saw it.

We were newlyweds, we were naked all the time and we only filmed each other on vacations and stuff. It was just us being dumb. They found all the nudity they could from different tapes and stitched them together,” he explained.

They didn't know how to get the home movie back and took legal action. Anderson was pregnant with her second child, Dylan.

“She didn't know she was going to be completely humiliated. I remember walking into the courtroom and all the lawyers had these naked pictures of me. They said, 'You were in Playboy, you have no right to privacy,'” Anderson recalled that moment.

Pamela Anderson defined a decade. She now she will define herself

“How do they question me about my sexual preferences and my body parts and where I would like to make love when it is stolen property? It made me feel like a horrible woman, that I'm just a piece of meat that this shouldn't mean anything to me because I'm basically a whore,” she says on camera.

She adds that she brought back feelings of shame and helplessness that she had experienced when she was raped.

Anderson withdrew from the court case because she could no longer take the humiliation.

“I know some people would have fought to the death over it, but I was pregnant and didn't want it to affect the baby. Tommy and I had a miscarriage and were afraid it would happen again. We weren't going to put Dylan's life at risk. He completely devastated me, but I just closed my eyes and signed the papers, ”she details.

They did not earn“ a penny ”for the material. “You can't put a monetary number on the amount of pain and suffering you caused.It was different for me than for him. Tommy is a rock star: he adds to the crazy image. But I knew at that moment that my career was over.”

A book and a series: the explosive confessions of Pamela Anderson

Pamela Anderson with her sons Brandon and Dylan Lee (Photo by Gregg DeGuire/WireImage)

In the documentary she tells that when she was 12 years old she went to the house of a boy with whom her friend had a crush. Her friend went up with the owner and she stayed downstairs with her friend, who was 25 years old. They played backgammon and then he told her that she looked like she needed a massage and he raped her. She did not tell anyone: “I was very ashamed of what happened. I felt it was my fault. My mom was always crying for my dad, and she couldn't bear to hurt him anymore. I didn't tell her or anyone.”

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