‘People are still capitalizing off that thing?’

Actress Pamela Anderson attends the opening ceremony of the 57th Monte Carlo Television Festival on June 16, 2017 in Monaco.REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

Pamela Anderson’s new memoir tells her story, “from beginning to end.” (Photo: Reuters/Eric Gaillard)

Pamela Anderson’s upcoming memoir isn’t just about sex tape.

in a New York Times piece, she talks about her book, love, pamelato be released on January 31st—the same day her Netflix doc, Pamela, a love story, Dripping on Netflix.

“From beginning to end, my first memory to the last,” of what is contained in the book, she told the outlet.

Like, it wasn’t just the 54-minute home video she and her then-husband Tommy Lee made as newlyweds, circa 1995, that was stolen from a safe, edited to an eight-minute sex scene and made available on the World Wide Web via VHS early days. The duo didn’t make any money off the tape.

She said when Hulu released pam and tommy Last year, while telling the story of Lily James playing the tape where she and Sebastian Stan played the Mötley Crüe drummer, she thought, “The first time hurts enough. It’s like where you’re going One of, ‘Really? Are people still taking advantage of that thing?'”

Anderson didn’t watch the series—nor did she reply to James, who sent her a handwritten letter asking if they could talk and telling her she wanted to honor her in the role.This playboy The 55-year-old model and Baywatch star didn’t actually even read James’ letter.It states that “a scanned copy of that letter still exists [Anderson’s] An inbox somewhere, unread. “

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Lily James as Hulu’s Anderson pam and tommy last year:

As for the notion that the Hulu show would correct the historical narrative on Anderson’s behalf — when she was the tape punch line and her ex was seen as a male hero — she said, “I mean, I could be a feminist of any kind.” case study.”

But for the first time, she digs into her own life and tells her story. This came after she considered posting some of the stories on her website or just for her sons with Lee, Brandon and Dylan to read.but after brandon pam and tommy, urging her to publish it, “I work for him,” she joked. He co-produced the documentary, and she handed over her home videos and diaries without censorship.

Among the topics she candid about include growing up poor in Ladysmith, British Columbia, with a violent father and a mother who tried but never succeeded to leave him. Childhood was “unbearable” at times, and she was the victim of abuse on more than one occasion. She is being harassed by the nanny. The first time she had sex with a man, when she was about 13 years old and he was 10 years older, she was raped. One high school boyfriend kicked her out of a moving car, another had his friend beat her up in the backseat of a car she “blocked”. (In a 2014 speech launching the Pamela Anderson Foundation, she revealed that her first boyfriend in ninth grade gang-raped her with six of his friends. Her first sexual experience with a man involved her “Raped by a 25-year-old.” She also said she was sexually molested by a 6- to 10-year-old female nanny.)

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Anderson was physically abused by her first husband, Lee, who was jailed for felony spousal abuse after Lee beat her while she was holding their son. They divorced in 1998 but share custody of their children.

according to New York Times One piece, as she began to regain control in the industry, she started posing nude in photo shoots. “It’s my choice,” she said. But it also “caused some people to treat me sadly without respect.”

She also spoke about a lack of business acumen in closing deals early on, including Ranger, the show was canceled before she became a breakout star. She reveals that she has no agent, no management, and no knowledge of lucrative deals through syndication and sales.

“I was a little girl from Canada, coming here and running on the beach,” she said. “Like, how do you think this is going to make money?” She was grateful for the opportunity, even if she never felt like she had the chance to “really show what I’m capable of.”

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Anderson says writing the book was actually the first time she took full control of a project — overseeing every detail right down to implementing copy editing. “It’s really life or death,” she said. “I feel like I need to tell my story. I really can’t let anyone do that but me.”

These days, Anderson lives in her Canadian hometown in a house described as modest and formerly owned by her grandmother. Her father had softened over the years and lived with her mother in the house Anderson had built for them.

All of her ex-husbands will be featured in the Netflix doc – Lee (1995-1998), Kid Rock (2006-2007), Rick Salomon (2007-2008) and (2014-2015), Jon Peters (2020- 2020) and Dan Hayhurst (2020-2022) – but Anderson quipped New York Times Her selection of men seemed to be “getting worse” over the years. In January 2022, she announced her split from Hayhurst, a construction worker who worked on her house during the pandemic and had been single for the last year. Remarkably, it was the longest one of her life.

Both the book and the documentary will be released on January 31.


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