Pamela Anderson claims she didn’t work with a collaborator or ghostwriter for her forthcoming memoir, which caused her to gain “25 pounds.”
Baywatch Bomb, 55, explained on Wednesday “The Howard Stern Show” Not only was it a “big fight” to make people believe she could write “Love, Pamela” without any help, but the writing process took its toll.
“It’s crazy, but I have a physical response to telling my story,” Anderson told the stunned athlete, explaining that she had lost weight by the time the piece was written. “It’s almost like I’m grabbing something – it’s protective … my puffy armor. I don’t know what it is – I think it’s some kind of protection.
The former Playboy centerfold said she wondered if her body was changing because she was “just getting older,” and her mum even asked her why she didn’t flaunt her signature figure anymore.
“I just thought, ‘What character? You know, I’m just joking,'” said Anderson, who lives a vegan lifestyle.
“I was a mess at the time, so I liked throwing everything out: no makeup, nothing, and I was like, ‘You know what? If you like me like this — if you like me at my worst, you might like me I’—she reasoned.
In an interview with Stern, Anderson claimed elsewhere that she I have no idea about Hulu’s Emmy Award-winning series “Pam & Tommy” until no longer publicly teased.
Anderson and 60-year-old rock singer Tommy Lee married in February 1995 and have only had date for four daysThey divorced three years later and have two sons, Brandon, 26, and Dylan, 25.
A source close to Anderson told Entertainment Weekly shortly after the February 2022 release. She will ‘never’ watch Hulu showsThe show chronicled the saga of a former couple’s infamous sex tape, which was stolen in 1995 and later made public.
Anderson also claimed she never watched the home video.
“I remember seeing the Pam and Tommy movie. on Hulu Or some of its ads, and I thought, “What the hell is this?”
“Nobody called me, and nobody asked me. I’m alive!” she exclaimed.
Stern asked Anderson if she had ever reached out to the “very sensible” Seth Rogen, the show’s star and executive producer, or any of the other producers, to express her frustration. She admits she never did. The Post reached out to Rogan’s representatives for comment.
“I just feel a little frustrated,” she admits.
“I don’t think they portrayed me or Tommy in a positive way. I don’t know, I just heard that was a very superficial portrayal of us at the time.”
“I don’t know why … I mean, I wish they had called,” she added.
But even if someone called, Anderson doubted she would agree to participate in retelling the sex tape’s “theme.”
However, she will be returning to the groundbreaking video in her own Netflix documentary, “Pamela, a Love Story.” Aired on January 31.