Pamela Anderson says that leaked intercourse tape with ex-husband Tommy Lee is nothing but “stolen property.”
In a preview of an upcoming interview with CBS Sunday Morning’s Jim Axelrod, Anderson, 55, addressed childhood trauma, her six marriages, and that intercourse tape — made with Lee, now 60, for the duration of a 1995 vacation to Lake Mead — as she promotes her upcoming memoir Care for, Pamela and a brand fresh Netflix documentary Pamela, a deal with memoir.
When asked what she wants other folks to “realize” about the unsuitable tape in the upcoming interview, which is inform to air on Sunday, she talked about, “That it became stolen property, that it became two crazy bare other folks in deal with.”
“I indicate, we had been bare the total time and filming one but another and playing around, but those tapes weren’t intended for anybody else to see,” the actress added.
“And I’ve no longer seen it to at the display screen time,” Anderson talked about of the video, which became stolen from her and Lee’s dwelling, in conjunction with the true it became held within, by a disgruntled oldschool employee. “It became very hurtful.”
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“I became a mother. That saved me,” Anderson talked about of her two sons with Lee: Brandon, now 26, and Dylan, now 25. “You realize, if I wasn’t a mother, I invent no longer reflect I would’ve survived.”
Elsewhere in the interview with CBS Sunday Morning, Anderson talked about she feels “like I’m in a in actual fact excellent position” from her dwelling on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.
“I feel like I’ve left here, did one thing crazy and came wait on in a single part,” Anderson talked about in the interview. “Love I talked about, I invent no longer know what I’m able to. I quiet don’t know, but I reflect that became the starting … the total the leisure of it, or no longer it’s, you know, at the wait on of me. I feel like I’m in a in actual fact excellent position.”
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Within the decent preview for Anderson’s Netflix documentary, the megastar addresses the controversy over the tape and says of her image, “I wanna blueprint shut management of the story for the first time.”
“I had to present a occupation out of the objects left, but I’m no longer the damsel in wretchedness,” she says, later in conjunction with with fun, “I set up myself in crazy situations … and survived them.”
Anderson’s interview with Jim Axelrod for CBS Sunday Morning will air Sunday at 9 a.m. ET on CBS. This can also stream on Paramount+.
Pamela, a deal with memoir premieres Jan. 31 on Netflix.