Day: February 1, 2020

Pamela and Jon Peters Call It Quits

The ‘Baywatch’ actress said in a statement: “We would be very grateful for your support as we take some time apart to re-evaluate what we want from life and from one another.”

Twelve days after tying the knot in a hush-hush marriage ceremony in Malibu, Pamela Anderson and Jon Peters have decided to uncouple.

A source close to the actress says the pair hadn’t yet filed the legal paperwork for a marriage certificate following their Jan. 20 wedding ceremony that was attended by Anderson’s two sons and Peters’ three daughters and ex-wife Christine Forsyth-Peters.

“I have been moved by the warm reception to Jon and my union,” Anderson said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter. “We would be very grateful for your support as we take some time apart to re-evaluate what we want from life and from one another. Life is a journey and love is a process. With that universal truth in mind, we have mutually decided to put off the formalization of our marriage certificate and put our faith in the process. Thank you for respecting our privacy.”

Peters couldn’t be immediately reached for comment.

Although each had been married four times prior, the union seemed promising given that Anderson and Peters had dated one another more than 30 years ago and had reunited in recent months, keeping the relationship under wraps.

After the wedding ceremony, the 74-year-old Peters told THR of his new bride: “Pamela has never seen her full potential as an artist. She has yet to shine in a real way. There is much more to her than meets the eye, or I wouldn’t love her so much.” He continued, “There are beautiful girls everywhere. I could have my pick, but — for 35 years — I’ve only wanted Pamela. She makes me wild — in a good way. She inspires me. I protect her and treat her the way she deserves to be treated.”

Anderson, 52, offered THR her own post-nuptials statement on Peters in the form of a poem that included:

“He’s been there all along.
Never failed me –
I’m ready now
he’s ready too”

Peters now joins a list of Anderson’s exes that include rocker Tommy Lee, with whom she has two adult sons; Kid Rock; and Rick Salomon (twice). Peters was previously married to actress Lesley Ann Warren, but he left her for Barbra Streisand and thus began a volatile 12-year affair that spawned the Streisand star vehicle A Star Is Born, which Peters produced (he also produced the 2018 remake with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga).

Peters first met Anderson in the mid-’80s at the Playboy Mansion. He was an on-the-rise producer whose films include Flashdance, The Witches of Eastwick, Batman and Batman Returns (he also briefly ran Columbia Pictures with Peter Guber). At the time of their first meeting, Anderson had just moved to Los Angeles from her native British Columbia and went on to become synonymous with Playboy, posing for 13 covers. She also became an international star thanks to her role as lifeguard C.J. Parker on Baywatch.

Anderson and Peters were formerly neighbors in Malibu. Anderson still resides in the beachfront enclave, but it is unclear if Peters still owns his property there.

source:The Hollywood Reporter

Pamela Anderson Talks Julian Assange, #MeToo

Pamela Anderson has still got it.

The Canadian-American “Baywatch” star is on the new cover of Maxim Australia, and in the issue she talks about looking great at 52.

“I try to keep on a bit of weight – I think it’s better on me,” Anderson reveals.

Talking about visiting Australia, the model says, “Like I said, it was a good reason to come to Australia, take some meetings to help Julian [Assange] and put him more in people’s minds. I usually have other things in mind when I work and I was also happy to donate to the Koala rescue – it was very sad to see the bushfires and devastation in Australia. When I travel I always try to find an animal cause to support.”

About her continued support for Assange, Pam says, “I pray Trump decides to do the right thing. Everything is a mess and Julian is caught in the middle. It’s not fair. I wish I could speak to Julian about all the topics of the world – he such an informed and cool guy and he’s very misunderstood,” she says. “I can’t do much more than draw attention – I’m not a lawyer, only a friend. I pray Australia will do more for him. I feel like Julian is already more spirit than body. We could lose him and that will be a huge loss, especially when the world really needs someone like him. So much.”

On what she would ask Donald Trump if she had the opportunity, Anderson says, “To be the hero of the world and to rethink his legacy while he is in power. To help to save the planet and freedom of press — to grant Julian Assange clemency.”

Anderson also addressed the subject of the #MeToo movement, telling the magazine, “I think we need to take action when we are uncomfortable and be careful when dealing with people in power – to be safe. And it’s our job to teach our children respect with respect.”