Month: November 2019

Pamela at Christmas market launch in Austria

She recently announced she called it quits from her boyfriend of two years, Adil Rami.

But Pamela Anderson appeared to brush aside her painful break-up aside as she attended a pre-opening event for the Gut Aiderbichl Christmas market in Henndorf, Austria on Tuesday evening.

The Baywatch icon, 52, caught the eye as she slipped her envy-inducing physique in a black satin dress while delightedly posing for snaps with a fluffy dog.

Flashing a hint of her sheer bra, the actress’ flirty number featured a plunging neckline to highlight her cleavage, as well as a flattering waistbelt.

The Raw Justice star accentuated her lean legs in a pair of patent black heels, and toted her belongings in a leather chain-strap handbag.

Complementing her youthful-looking complexion with dewy foundation and her signature heavily-applied eyeliner, Pamela dressed her tresses into loose curls.

In June, Pamela announced she had ended her relationship with with Adil, 33, after two years together.

The actress claimed he had been cheating on her with his ex-girlfriend, Sidonie Biémont, and accused him of abuse, claiming he ‘crushed’ her hands’ and ‘threw’ her around by the hair.

Adil denied her accusations of violence and infidelity, posting onto Instagram in French: ‘I wish to tell you that these accusations of violence are completely false and I can’t let them run.’

He added that he had ‘kept silent because [he] was shocked’ by the allegations and feared he couldn’t ‘speak without every word being interpreted’.

Pamela was last pictured with ex-boyfriend Adil on June 9, where they were seen taking a stroll together in Malibu, California.

The actress is mother to two sons, Brandon, 22, and Dylan, 21, with ex-husband Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee. She was subsequently married to Kid Rock and Rick Salomon.

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source: Daily Mail

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Pamela Anderson asks Trudeau to serve inmates vegan meals to save cash

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Actress Pamela Anderson is asking Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take meat and milk off prison menus to help the planet and the health of federal inmates — and save taxpayers some cash, to boot.

The former Baywatch star makes the pitch in a letter to Trudeau part of her work with the animal-rights group PETA, writing that she hopes Canada embraces what she calls a “simple but effective way to reduce costs and improve lives.”

She wants Canada’s federal penitentiaries to serve vegan meals of beans, rice, lentils, pasta, vegetables and fruits, which she bills as sources of all the nutrients one would need, “at a fraction of the cost of meats and cheeses,” since most vegan ingredients don’t need to be refrigerated.

In its most recent departmental plan, Correctional Service Canada says it provides nutrition “sufficient in quality and quantity” and in line with the Canada Food Guide.

Anderson says the newly retooled food guide put less of an emphasis on eating meat and dairy, instead suggesting more plant-based proteins in Canadians’ diets.

Her letter also points out a UN climate panel report calling for a dietary shift to help combat climate change — another interest for the actress who backed the Greens and their leader Elizabeth May in the just-concluded federal election.

Four years ago, Anderson travelled to Arizona to serve vegetarian meals to the approximately 8,000 inmates at the Maricopa County Jail alongside Joe Arpaio, the controversial local sheriff who made the decision. Arpaio estimated the move would save US$100,000 a year.

Anderson says the jail reduced costs by $273,000 when it switched to vegetarian meals, although reported savings vary widely.

She says the savings could be even higher for Canada’s almost 40,000 inmates — a number that includes inmates in provincial jails, which fall outside federal jurisdiction.

A report in May from Statistics Canada said that in the fiscal year 2017-18, there were on average 24,657 adult inmates in provincial or territorial jails, while the federal portion was 14,129.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 31, 2019.

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