Pamela Anderson’s Ex Kelly Slater Plans to Watch Her Documentary – Hollywood Life
He appeared Pamela Anderson did not cut ties with his ex Kelly Slater, because he said he couldn’t wait to see her new documentary, in which she confesses to having cheated on him! In Netflix’ Pamela, a love storythe icon revealed that she was dating her Baywatch co-star/surfing legend when he met Tom Lee and married the rock star four days later. Despite the ultimate ghost, Kelly commented on an Instagram post about the doc by Pam and Tommy’s son Brandon Thomas Lee, who produced the film. “Congrats to you guys. Can’t wait to watch,” Kelly wrote.
In the documentary, Pamela detailed her wedding on the beach in Cancun to the Motley Crue drummer. “I was dating Kelly Slater at the time, and I was supposed to go see him in Florida and meet his family,” she said. “My first phone call was to tell him I was married. He’s like, ‘What?!’ It was horrible. “
“He was my big love, actually. He was so lovely to me and so good to me,” she added of Kelly, before talking a bit more about their rather unconventional relationship, claiming that She was “going out with Kelly all the time”. Pamela explained, “We were together between a lot of boyfriends and a lot of girlfriends for him too, but it wasn’t just me.”
She continued, “You couldn’t get your hands on him. But you don’t own anyone. Nobody owns anybody, and you just let them be. Sometimes it’s better not to be with you.
Along with the film, the Barbed wire star also released a memoir titled Love, Pamela, which she says cost her physically to write. The blonde bombshell had a few bombshells of her own in the book – like by Tim Allen alleged flashing on set – and she admitted revisiting them caused her body to react, leading to “25 pounds” of weight gain. “It was crazy, but I had a physical reaction telling my story,” Pamela recalled on Wednesday. The Howard Stern Show. “It was almost as if I was clinging to something, it was protection… my inflated armor.”
Although Pamela admitted that the process of creating the memoir was difficult, arguing that she did not use a ghostwriter, the star felt that the simplified version of herself was a good barometer for her true fans. . “I was a mess at the time, so I liked that I peeled it all off: no makeup, none of that, and I thought, ‘You know what? If you love me like this – if you love me at worst, maybe you love Me,'” she says.
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