Pamela Anderson recalls penis flash incident, allegedly by Tim Allen
Pamela Anderson revealed a shocking fact about a flashing incident.
The Canadian-American personality has been in the news for her upcoming memoir, “Love, Pamela,” which chronicles her journey from a small-town Vancouver Island girl to one of the most popular and sexualized women in the world. Although the book is scheduled to be released on January 31st, a recent excerpt from the book has made it one of the most controversial book releases of the year.
Pamela Anderson accuses Tim Allen of flashing her during filming in the ’90s
In an excerpt from her upcoming memoir, Anderson claimed that actor and comedian Tim Allen flashed her. The model claimed that the incident happened on the set of the TV show “Home Improvement” in 1991, recalling:
“On the first day of shooting, I walked out of my dressing room and Tim was in the hallway in his robes. She opened her robe and flashed me quickly – completely naked underneath. He said it was only fair because he saw me naked. We are equal now. I laughed unpleasantly.”
The detail, shared Species ahead of its release at the end of the month, claimed that Allen was 37 at the time, while Anderson was 23. It’s worth noting that the “Last Man Standing” actor may have been referring to the actress’ role as a Playboy model, which teleported her to become an internationally recognized sex symbol.
No one accepts such accusations, Allen He told the outlet: “No, it never happened. I would never do that,” the statement said. As fans eagerly await the release of the memoir, Anderson touched on another dramatic episode in her life: the sex tape that went viral in the mid-’90s.
According to The Blastthe now 55-year-old spoke about the 1995 incident that influenced how many people saw her earlier this month. While he said he understood people’s differing opinions on the tape, he needed them to realize that it was “stolen property” and that only he and Tommy Lee, his co-star and partner at the time, should watch it. Explaining the reasons for making the tape, Anderson revealed:
“I mean, we were naked all the time, filming each other and fooling around, but those tapes weren’t meant for anyone else to see.”
The “Dancing with the Stars” contestant also revealed that she won’t watch the risque video, which was sold to news outlets by a former employee who stole it. “And I haven’t seen it until today. It was very hurtful,” Anderson concluded.
No doubt the “Some Kind of Wonderful” star will reveal more details about the incident in “Love, Pamela.” In fact, fans will even get to see her tumultuous marriage to Lee, which only lasted three years.
The couple’s relationship was previously front and center on the Hulu drama miniseries “Pam & Tommy,” which brought even more attention to their sex tape. It focused on the whirlwind romance that Lee and Anderson enjoyed after they married after only knowing each other for 96 hours.
The infamous tape was recorded during their honeymoon at Lake Mead.
The ‘Bigg Boss’ guest star had to leave her marriage after a bout of physical abuse
In addition to partially tarnishing his reputation among some people, the sex tape was revealed to have destroyed Anderson and Lee’s marriage. The explosion reported that the “Scary Movie 3” actress highlighted the life-changing moment in her book as “The hardest, lowest and hardest point of her life.”
Referring to the night her marriage crumbled as “the h*ll started,” the media personality said she and Lee got into an argument that ended with the drummer physically attacking her.
“I still couldn’t believe that the one I loved the most was capable of what happened that night,” she said of her ex-husband, who paid for his crime by spending six months in prison.
According to Anderson’s book, Lee kicked her in the back when she was holding their second child, seven-month-old Dylan, during the fight. The unfortunate incident made her decide to “protect my babies”. Despite the devastating end of their marriage, the “Barb Wire” actress remained grateful to Lee for her sons, who are now grown.