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Pam Anderson leaves gala when Notre Dame gets funds meant for children

Pamela Anderson stormed out of a gala this week when $112,000 earmarked for poor French children went to fire-ravaged Notre Dame cathedral instead.

The “Baywatch” star said she was at Tuesday’s Olympique Marseille fundraiser to support poverty-stricken children — when organizers auctioned off a big ticket item to benefit the Gothic cathedral.

“Surely the children suffering in Marseille could have used the 100,000 € more than the church that has already received over a billion in donations by billionaires,” the actress fumed on Twitter Wednesday.

“I hope they will reconsider and give where it is needed,” Anderson continued. “To the community here in Marseille where it was intended. And would go much further in making lives better.”

The 51-year-old blond bombshell was at the gala with her boyfriend Adil Rami, a defender on the Olympique Marseille team, one of France’s most decorated soccer clubs.

Olympique Marseille didn’t reply directly to Anderson’s gripes, but told AFP approximately $490,119 was raised for local kids that night.

Donations to help rebuild Notre Dame have topped $1 billion after the Gothic gem was damaged by a massive blaze this month.

source: Page Six

Pam Anderson tweets about missing Julian Assange

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Pamela Anderson wrote a lovesick paean to her is-he-or-isn’t-he boyfriend Julian Assange on Friday, lamenting that she hasn’t been able to see him for a year.

“We all miss his voice. I miss his laugh, his mischievous smile and his curious and boy-like wonder,” she tweeted of the WikiLeaks founder, who is holed up in the Ecuadorean embassy in London with no visitor privileges or Internet access. “A uniquely strong and dedicated man.”

Thanking him for his “sacrifice,” Pam, 51, added, “I 🙏 you are well. And that I will see you soon.”
She later called outraged responses to her tweet “surreal” and showing “IGNORANCE.”

“There is a crowd that just does not care about his well being as a human being and refuse to accept that he is a hero … or God forbid … any friend of mine,” she wrote.

She later also insisted he needs only one name “like Cher or Madonna or Chelsea,” adding the hashtag #FreeManning along with #FreeAssange.

“The world is watching,” she wrote.

The former Baywatch star’s earlier embassy visits, before the ban, had long sparked dating rumors — ones she never denied despite also being linked to French soccer star Adil Rami.

“We are friendly, yes — very friendly. I love Julian,” she told “Good Morning Britain” in 2017, later telling interviewer Piers Morgan that “it’s kind of difficult to have a relationship with somebody” who is a “prisoner.”

source: PageSix

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Pamela Anderson calls for an end to reality TV shows

Pamela Anderson is calling for an end to reality television shows.

The “Baywatch” star took to Twitter to slam reality TV, branding it an “epidemic of ugliness” created by “superficial competitions” despite appearing on several shows throughout her career. Some of the shows included “Big Brother,” U.K. version of “Dancing On Ice” and “Dancing With The Stars” in the U.S., Argentina and France. She also starred in the U.S. version of “Dancing With The Stars: All Stars” in 2012, but was eliminated in the first round.

“Did I enjoy being on a reality show? Please no more reality shows or reality stars,” Anderson tweeted Sunday. “Even France is polluted with them – it’s an epidemic of ugliness, superficial competitions, desperate and exploitive – for the artist.”

Anderson said talent agents usually “bullied” participants into doing reality TV shows.

“You are usually bullied into doing TV like this by agents fighting over commissions,” the actress wrote. “You’re left without any great amount of joy or money- you feel used, dirty, and with no feeling of accomplishment.”

Anderson said reality show participants can redeem themselves by donating the money they earned to charity.

“Unless of course – you attempt to find any meaning or redemption by donating all to charity. It’s how I forgave myself,” Anderson tweeted.

The 51-year-old actress’ comments come after several stars from the U.K. reality series “Love Island” urged producers to provide support to contestants after they leave the show. Earlier this month, former contestant Mike Thalassitis was found dead, nearly a year after another contestant, Sophie Gradon, also died.

Both were believed to have died by suicide, Sky News reported.

source: FoxNews

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