Pamela Anderson accuses actor of harassment: ‘We are even’

Pamela Anderson revealed that she showed the nudity of a professional colleague without her consent during one of her jobs in Hollywood.

The model and actress is promoting her memoir, titled Love, Pamela. In an excerpt from the book (via Variety), says Pamela that the actor and comedian Tim Allen showed her his penis when they worked on the series together Resolve Confusion (Home improvement)in 1991:

“On the first day of shooting, I came out of my dressing room and Tim was wearing a robe in the hallway. He quickly opened and showed his cock, it was completely naked under the robe. He told me it was only fair because he had seen me naked. ‘Now we’re even’. I laughed awkwardly.”

The actor referred to Pamela’s past work as Playboy bunny, as a result of which she posed nude in the magazine several times. Pamela was then 23 and Tim 37.

Tim Allen as Tim Taylor and Pamela Anderson as Lisa in Home Improvement (Disclosure)

When reached for comment on the incident, the actor was curt and blunt in saying he hadn’t done it.

“No, that never happened. I would never do such a thing.”

Pamela played the character of Lisa for almost all of the show’s first season and part of the second. This was one of the artist’s first jobs in acting, after her modeling career.

A documentary about Pamela Anderson is also coming out

The memoir is just one of Pamela’s current projects in which the artist will talk about her life and past. Last year, it announced a partnership with Netflixwho would produce a documentary under the direction of Ryan White (Ask Dr. Ruth).

A joint release with Love, Pamelathe film Pamela Anderson: A Love Story will give a more personal view of the actress’s life. With his help, the production collected videos from his personal archive and excerpts from his diary.

Pamela Anderson in a scene from Pamela the Love Story

Along with the project announcement, Pamela published a short message to her fans, rejecting the victim label and declaring herself to be a survivor of the abuse and trauma she suffered:

“My life, thousands of imperfections… Thousands of misconceptions, perverted, wild, lost… Nothing to live for. I can only surprise you. I am not a victim, but a survivor, and I live to tell the true story.”

Love, Pamela available in bookshops from January 31st. Pamela Anderson: A Love Story enters the Netflix catalog on the same day.

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