Month: June 2019

Pamela Anderson’s ex denies leading a ‘double life’

Pamela Anderson’s soccer star ex-boyfriend Adil Rami has denied leading a “double life” by cheating on her.

The Baywatch star, 51, revealed she and the 33-year-old sportsman had split in an Instagram post on Tuesday, and accused him of being unfaithful, aggressive, and a compulsive liar.

Responding to the claims, Adil insisted he deeply respects his ex, but wanted to challenge her version of events.

Blaming the breakup on a misunderstanding over his relationship with Sidonie Biemont, the mother of his two-year-old twins, he wrote in a post: “I do not think we should reveal our intimacy, our history, which only looks at us.

“On this point, however, I want to shed light. In no case do I lead a double life, I’m just attached to preserving a lasting relationship with my children and their mother Sidonie, for whom I have a deep respect.”

He did, however, confess he should have been more “transparent” about his relationship with the twins’ mother – who the Canadian actress claimed to have spoken to about his alleged misdeeds.

Pamela also questioned the sportsman’s role as a campaigner against domestic violence, but Adil stressed he had been “faithful” to the values and beliefs that led him to support the initiative.

Sidonie later penned her own Instagram statement, and hinted she still had feelings for her ex and hopes her family will one day be reunited.

“When we are in love we are often deaf and blind,” she mused. “We hang on to everything, the slightest sign we interpret, we over-react, we leave room for the biggest lies.”

source: canoe.com

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Pamela announces break up with Marseille defender

The former Baywatch star revealed the end of her relationship with the France defender after two years of dating and living together

Pamela Anderson has accused Adil Rami of being a “monster” as she announced in an Instagram post that she and the Marseille defender have broken up.

The France international had been dating the former Baywatch actress, supermodel and political and animal rights activist for over two years.

But the 51-year-old has hit out at Rami publicly, claiming he is a narcissist and revealing that she is heartbroken after accusing him of cheating on her.

“It’s hard to accept,” she wrote on an Instagram post. “The last (more than) 2 years of my life have been a big lie. I was scammed, led to believe… we were in “big love”?

“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. But this is worse. He lied to all.

“How is it possible to control two women’s hearts and minds like this – I’m sure there were others.

“He is the monster. How could I have helped so many people @[National Domestic Violence Hotline] and not be wise enough or able to help myself.”

Anderson then followed the caption up with a series of comments, expanding on what she claims happened between her and Rami and saying that he is insecure.

“Narcissists don’t change. Sociopaths don’t change. I will run for my life – I have always fought for truth and justice. – this is my worst nightmare – I was not a very jealous person before I met him. I’m happy to know the truth. But it hurts like hell.

“I’m glad I spoke to his ex. My God. He lied to her about [it] all too. She’s also in shock and is very sad. It’s the evidence I needed to move on. He can’t hurt us more. He warned me that all the tabloids in France are his and his sisters’ friends? They control all – So my last note is here on Instagram.”

She added: “I don’t think I’ll recover easily from this. I am not a stupid girl. I felt many times his lies, his excuses. But we were together every day – unless I went away to work.

“This was always hard because he did not trust me? He was very insecure? He wanted me next to him always – or video every location I was?, with who? I learned to accept this as normal. And even found myself asking him the same ridiculous questions?”

But she has alleged that she is scared of the defender, who she says has gone to great lengths to try to get her back.

“I will leave France now. He has tried all – He has sent flowers, letters – I did not accept,” one of her comments said.

“He showed up to my hotel. Security took him away. I have a body guard because he scares me. He has hurt me and threatened me many times. Some knew all along.

“[Photographer and director] David Lachapelle told me from the beginning that he was a liar. That he was not to be trusted.

“He told him to his face and looked at me and said. Pamela this is a fling. Don’t get your heart involved. I didn’t listen. I was not allowed to see David more after this. He cut my ‘crazy’ friends one by one out of my life.

“He should not be the face of protecting women from domestic violence. Or protecting women at all. He did this to improve image – only. He has no respect for any woman but his mother. And he lies to her too – they all lie. It’s very painful. I’m so, so sad. I will feel my feelings and move on.”

Rami has yet to respond to the claims made by Anderson.

Source: Goal.com

Pamela Anderson opens up about Julian Assange & veganism

Actress Pamela Anderson, who now lives in France with her soccer player boyfriend, Adil Rami, made a trip west to California for the recent opening of the “Pamela Anderson by David Yarrow” exhibition at Maddox Gallery Los Angeles in West Hollywood. (The exhibition closes this week.)

The former “Baywatch” star also makes a cameo in son Brandon Thomas Lee’s reality series, MTV’s “The Hills: New Beginnings,” which premieres Monday night.

During a chat this month, Anderson, 51, shared her thoughts about her activist work, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and the vegan lifestyle pieces she’s producing. Here’s an excerpt from the conversation.

What’s it like to be back in Los Angeles?

I’m not a big L.A. fan. I’m more a Malibu girl. You can be in Malibu and never see L.A. I love being at the beach. Even in France, I feel the same way about Paris. I prefer Cassis. I need to have one foot in the water — or I feel claustrophobic.
Your series “Baywatch” was made in Malibu. When you’re in town, what memories from the series come to mind?

I see my tower every time I go home — Tower 14, the same one from the series!
How did you get involved with photographer David Yarrow for this exhibition?

I love that he shoots animals in their natural habitats. I was a fan of his for years when he worked with Cindy Crawford and raised a lot of money for charity. He asked me to shoot a photo for him, and all the proceeds will go to my foundation. How could I say no?

Your foundation has been around for 20 years. What are some of your achievements as an activist? What have you been working on recently?

We’ve created animal welfare laws where there were none in many countries. I’ve noticed that when I speak with world leaders, things get done. Even [Russian President Vladimir] Putin stopped importing seal products, so that pretty much stopped the Canadian seal hunt. And so many things that I’ve done with PETA.

Lately, I have been working with my friends in Germany [on] DiEM25, which is a green political movement. We’re trying to get some seats in the European Parliament. I have been speaking at universities. I love to see the emerging of young, really forward-thinking people that are trying to change the E.U. and create democracy in Europe.

Everything is incredibly crazy right now. It’s a very strange world we’re living in. This is why I’ve created a new offshoot of my foundation called Tenure, [based on the principles of an academic tenure,] where I take 10 activists and pay their salaries for a year. Because people that are activists … will care about everything. They don’t just care about one little thing. Animal activists like Paul Watson, for instance — even if the sea dried up, he would fight for something else. So I want to encourage people to be career activists.

Even though activists are getting a bad name and certain governments are afraid of them and investigative journalism, we have to really support the people that are sticking their necks out.

The money that I raise will go to activists risking their lives — anywhere from freedom of speech to people on a boat saving the whales, like Sea Shepherd. I love people that are in the mix. They are not just talking about it, they are warriors. I’m really good at giving money to people who can make an entire initiative out of 5,000 euros/dollars. I also sponsor a lot of first responders.

There are so many things in France I’m doing against animals and circuses. … I have a campaign coming out about anti-Marineland and anti-Sea World, so people [won’t] go to these places.
Do you find it difficult to be taken seriously in your activist efforts because people associate you with your background as an actress?

Even other activists tell me to ‘Be careful. Don’t wear that. Don’t do this because they need it to be taken seriously, and people need to listen to what you’re saying.’ And I say, ‘No, I am who I am.’ Sorry. I don’t want to apologize every day or have to explain to people that I can form a full sentence or give my track record.

But I also get into places where it’s unexpected. I reach an audience that’s important. I have a lot of friends who are intellectuals, but they are preaching to the choir. Whereas, I feel like I need to simplify things and can share the same message but in more of a fun way. Because sometimes activists can be annoying! It’s sexy being an activist and it’s a romantic struggle. I like to encourage people to be engaged in the world.

You have been working to get WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange out of jail. What will that take?

A lot of public support. 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.

Keeping him in the public eye is really important, so he doesn’t get killed. But being alive and in prison — Belmarsh prison is not an easy life — he’s never committed a violent act in his life. He’s very calm, very centered. I really encourage people to look at some of his speeches and the things he talks about. He’s very, very smart and very passionate about justice.

And he’s going to keep doing what he’s doing. He knew he was going to be in danger. Julian told me everything that happened and what was going to happen. It was just a matter of time. So now he needs public outcry — and especially from journalists. It’s crazy the brainwashing that’s gone on and the egos involved. We have to get him out of there for sure.

What are your thoughts on the #MeToo movement and how it has evolved?

There’s good things about it, but as I always say, ‘Action is stronger than a hashtag.” Feminism, for 50 years, gave us a voice. … We’re allowed to be able to talk about the abuse in our lives and we have to take action in the moment. We also have to be careful about destroying lives, like Julian, for instance. I have two boys, so I’m always worried about paralyzing them too.

We still want them to be men, to be chivalrous. We don’t want to be too crazy. This third-wave feminism, I’m not really a fan of that, but I am a feminist. I believe in all the good things that feminism has. But I am going to write a fourth book called ‘Saving Feminism From Feminists.’ I’m working on it.

You’re vegan, right?

Yes, we all have to evolve our habits. You just have to. I think it’s best for the environment. I was vegan for compassionate reasons and then I realized the health benefits. Obviously, it’s all connected to the environment and water and poverty and world hunger. There are so many good things about it. You’re really making a statement if you’re vegan.
Are you going to produce more vegan shoewear?

I’m doing another line. I’m actually opening in Galerie Lafayette doing vegan bags, vegan shoes, vegan Champagne and all sorts of vegan products — mostly with small groups because I want to encourage them as artists as well.

The artists are the freedom fighters of the world. That’s why I love to do it. If I have to do a fundraiser, I’d rather be with artists. They are more courageous when they are supporting an activist like me because I have a lot of friends who are, maybe, a little bit controversial.

source: LA Times

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