Pamela Anderson sensationally claims Sylvester Stallone offered her an ‘apartment and a Porsche to be his number one girl’ in searing scenes from her documentary, Pamela, a Love Story.
The 55-year-old Baywatch star, whose all-encompassing documentary will be released on Netflix on January 31, says she rejected the Rocky icon, 76, as she was looking for true love – but Stallone has branded the claims ‘false and made up’ .
The New York Post reports that Pamela says in the film: ‘He offered me an apartment and a Porsche to be his No. 1 girl.
Oh my! Pamela Anderson sensationally claims Sylvester Stallone offered her an ‘apartment and a Porsche to be his number one girl’ in searing scenes from her documentary, Pamela, a Love Story (pictured 2007)
‘And I was like, “Does that mean there’s No. 2? Uh-uh.”‘.
She claims Stallone replied: ‘That’s the best deal you’re going to get, honey. You’re in Hollywood now.’
She added: ‘I would be in love. I wouldn’t want less than that.’
It’s not clear when the alleged incident took place — she shot to fame on Baywatch in 1992, and she and Stallone happily posed together at an event in 2007.
Spurned: She claims Stallone replied: ‘That’s the best deal you’re going to get, honey. You’re in Hollywood now’ – but the actor has denied her claims (pictured 2007)
Stallone’s representative told the publication: ‘The statement from Pamela Anderson attributed to my client is false and fabricated. Mr. Stallone confirms that he never made any part of that statement.’
Anderson also opened up about her current relationship with ex Tommy Lee, 60, in a candid chat on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM show on Wednesday. The couple was married from 1995-1998.
She said: ‘Just a text here and there, nothing too crazy, he’s married and happy and she’s good to him and I want to support that.’
The Mötley Crüe rocker married his fourth wife Brittany Furlan, 36, in 2019
She added: ‘I hate to be annoying and go through that again and I’m sure she’s annoyed but respect their relationship and I’m glad he’s happy and has someone in his life.
‘They see each other all the time. This movie is like a love letter to their parents, they know they came from true love and they get to see the real story
‘The sex tape took its toll on the relationship, it took a toll on my career, and people still take advantage of it.’
Happier times: Anderson also opened up about her current relationship with ex Tommy Lee, 60, in a candid chat on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM show on Wednesday (pictured 1995)
The star also planned the acclaimed Hulu series Pam & Tommy, which starred Lily James and Sebastian Stan.
She said: ‘I remember seeing this advert for Pam & Tommy and thinking, what? Nobody called me, I’m still alive, nobody asked me, it has nothing to do with me.
‘I felt a bit overwhelmed by it. I don’t think they portrayed Tommy or I very accurately. I haven’t seen it, but I’ve heard from people that it’s a very superficial representation of us. I wish they would have called.
‘I don’t think I would have wanted to be involved, especially with that subject, why? Why bring it all up again.
The blonde bombshell’s upcoming documentary follows her rise to fame, relationships and sex scandal “in her own words,” according to a Netflix synopsis.
According to Entertainment Tonight, Pamela explained in the film that she had ‘nightmares’ when her sons Brandon, 26, and Dylan, 25, had informed her that a series was being made based on her and ex-husband Tommy Lee’s ‘stolen tape. ‘
The star further admitted: ‘I have no desire to see it. I’ve never seen the tape, I’ll never see this.’
The ‘home videos’ had been stolen from a safe located in Pamela and Tommy’s garage during their marriage and put together to create the infamous ‘sex tape’ that caused a media frenzy.
True love: She said: ‘Just a text here and there, nothing too crazy, he’s married and happy and she’s good for him and I want to support that (the former couple, who were seen in 1997)
“What they did was they found all the nudity they could from different Hi8 tapes and they spliced it together,” the actress stated in the documentary.
The show followed their tumultuous relationship along with the ‘stolen tapes.’
After the final episode aired in March 2022, the series received critical acclaim along with a total of ten Primetime Emmy nominations and four Golden Globe nominations.
However, in the Netflix documentary, Pamela reveals that she was not a fan of the series being made, and her two sons, who she shares with Tommy, also supported their mother.
“Why bring up something from 20 years ago that you know made someone cringe?” Dylan, her youngest, could be seen asking in the film. ‘The worst part of her life and making a semi-comedy out of it didn’t make sense.’
Pamela continued to voice her opinion, expressing that her ‘permission’ should have been asked to create the show, adding that ‘nobody really knows what we went through at the time.’
Recalling the earlier incident further, she said: ‘I blocked it out of my life. I had to in order to survive, really. It was a survival mechanism. And now that it all comes up again, I feel sick’.
Series: The star also planned the acclaimed Hulu series Pam & Tommy, which starred Lily James and Sebastian Stan
Pamela added in the documentary extract: ‘This feels like when the tape was stolen. Basically, you are just a thing owned by the world, just as you belong to the world.’
The former model previously announced the news of the upcoming documentary by uploading a photo on Instagram of a handwritten note with the Netflix logo at the very top, along with a lipstick kiss mark at the bottom.
The Baywatch actress wrote: ‘My life/ A thousand imperfections/ A million misconceptions/ Evil, wild and lost/ Nothing to live up to / I can only surprise you / Not a victim but a survivor / And alive to tell the real one story ,’ followed by her signature.
In an excerpt shared by People earlier last week from her memoir, Love, Pamela, the star opened up about her marriage to Tommy and the effect of the ‘stolen tapes.’
The blonde bombshell and Motley Crue drummer had initially tied the knot in 1995, although the two had only known each other for a total of four days. “We just wanted to have babies and be together forever,” she had written.
She said: ‘I felt a bit overwhelmed by it. I don’t think they portrayed Tommy or I very accurately. I haven’t seen it, but I’ve heard from people that it’s a very superficial representation of us. I wish they would have called’
“My relationship with Tommy may have been the only time I was ever truly in love,” Pamela added.
Speaking about the sextape scandal, she emotionally wrote: “It destroyed lives, starting with our relationship,” adding that it was “unforgivable that people still to this day think they can take advantage of such a terrible experience, let alone a crime.’
Towards the end of their marriage, Tommy had been arrested for ‘spousal abuse’ and spent six months in a Los Angeles County jail in 1998. She recalled the incident that had prompted her to call the police and explained that the drummer had ‘twisted her’ arm’ as she held their son Dylan.
“Tommy ripped Brandon off me and threw me and Dylan into a wall,” she wrote in the memoir, adding that “Our hell began.”
Later that year, their divorce was finalized, which Pamela wrote, ‘was the hardest, lowest, hardest point of my life. I was devastated. I still couldn’t believe that the person I loved the most was capable of what had happened that night.’
The star added that ‘We were both heartbroken but I had to protect my babies’ and despite their past, they still ‘check in every once in a while’ with each other.
Claims: In another excerpt shared by Variety, Pamela made allegations that actor Tim Allen showed her his genitals more than 30 years ago; the actor seen in December 2022 in West Hollywood
In another excerpt shared by Variety, Pamela made allegations that actor Tim Allen flashed his genitals at her more than 30 years ago.
“I would never do something like that,” Allen, 69, told the magazine earlier Sunday, saying the incident Anderson described “never happened.”
The actress claimed the incident took place on the set of Home Improvement in 1991, when she was 23 years old and he was 37. ‘On the first day of filming I walked out of my dressing room and Tim was in the hallway in his robe, ‘ said Anderson, who played the role of Lisa on the ABC sitcom, in which Allen played Tim Taylor.
She continued: ‘He opened his robe and gave me a quick flash – completely naked underneath.’
Anderson, who had previously posed for Playboy magazine, went on to describe the circumstances of the encounter: ‘He said it was only fair because he had seen me naked. Now we’re even. I laughed uncomfortably.’
Dejected: ‘I would never do something like that,’ Allen, 69, said earlier Sunday that the incident Anderson described ‘never happened’; Tim and Pamela seen on the set of Home Improvement in 1992