Pamela Anderson is all about defending truth.
The Playboy model recently called out ex-boyfriend Adil Rami for ‘living a double life.’
And on Wednesday she made a statement about honesty in a look inspired by close friend and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, whose WikiLeaks organization she tagged in an earlier Instagram Story post.
Anderson was spotted Wednesday at Los Angeles International Airport, stepping out in a t-shirt printed with the word ‘truth.’
She dressed up her grey top by tucking it into a sexy black satin pencil skirt, which seemed to feature a built-in fanny pack.
The Baywatch actress completed the look with a pair of pointed black stilettos and some matching chunky sunglasses.
Fans could have assumed the printed tee is in reference to her recent breakup with the French soccer player.
Anderson recently took to Instagram, accusing ex Rami of cheating: ‘I’m devastated to find out in the last few days that he was living a double life.
‘He used to joke about other players who had girlfriends down the street in apartments close to their wives. He called those men monsters.’
The caption continued: ‘How is it possible to control two women’s hearts and minds like this? I’m sure there were others.’
But she posted a photo of the ensemble to her Instagram story, tagging WikiLeaks, shortly after sharing an image of herself holding up a sign that said ‘#FreeAssange.’
Anderson has been an outspoken advocate for Assange, ever since his alleged involvement in several national security scandals, which included Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Assange was arrested in April for failure to surrender to the court in 2012 for an unrelated charge.
He’d spent the past seven years under political asylum at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
Anderson recently spoke up for her journalist friend in an interview with The Los Angeles Times: ‘We really have to get him out of jail.
‘He can’t be extradited to America. They are doing everything they can to destroy his reputation, so people don’t support him. If you see people throughout history, that’s what they do.’
source: Daily Mail
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