Pamela Anderson is back to taking aim at ride-hail apps and the drivers she believes aren’t properly vetted … now tying them to the #MeToo movement.
Pam stars in a new ad/PSA in which she’s surrounded by headlines about sexual misconduct in Hollywood and the #MeToo movement, when a rideshare app driver pulls up.
The tension rises as the driver ominously stares at Pam through the rear view mirror and locks the doors — all while #MeToo flashes on her phone.
As we reported … Pam released a similar PSA last year, but this one definitely ups the ante.
Pam also released a statement to TMZ about her new ad, saying in part … “Ride-hail apps are a haven for predators. It’s scary how many #metoo tweets are linked to ride-hailing.”
Lyft tell us Pam’s campaign misleads consumers about the benefits and safety features of Lyft. They add … drivers must pass multiple background checks before being able to drive, and each ride is covered with a $1 million liability insurance policy.
Pamela Anderson wants no blood on her hands by association … and that’s why she’s telling the Kardashian sisters — if you want me on your show, ditch the fur for good.
Sources close to Pamela tell TMZ … “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” wants to use footage it recently shot of Pamela and Kim in NYC at the posh Vivienne Westwood store.
We’re told a rep from the company that produces the show — Bunim-Murray — sent Pamela’s team a release form to get the all-clear. Pamela and the Kardashians are friends, so it seemed like no big deal. Well, not so fast.
Sources tell us her team responded that Pamela won’t sign UNLESS the Kardashians give up fur. We’re told Pamela and Kim have no beef but if pressed to choose, Pam’s siding with the animals.
It’s not the first time Pamela’s launched a stop-wearing-fur campaign on the family. The former “Baywatch” star recently gifted Kim a faux fur coat to get her on board.
Kim and the Klan love their fur and wear it often, so unclear if Pam will prevail.
We’ve reached out to Bunim-Murray … so far, no word back.
Ask any dermatologist (which we do, constantly) and they will tell you the number-one thing you can do for your skin is use sunscreen. It reduces the risk of skin cancer and serves as a barrier to protect skin from the damaging effects of the sun (like skin discoloration and prematurely aging skin). But not everyone agrees with the often-lauded benefits of using sunscreen, including former Baywatch babe Pamela Anderson, who recently confessed that she has never worn SPF—not even during her days running on the beach in that famous red one-piece.
In a recent Q&A with Harper’s Bazaar, the 50-yeaer-old starlet and outspoken animal activist was asked if she always wears SPF and her answer was surprising: “Never—my parents never put SPF on me. And then I found out how it polluted the ocean. I never wore sunscreen on Baywatch. Just oil.”
It may seem shocking to hear that a former sun-worshipper like Anderson never uses sun protection, but she’s not alone. According to a survey conducted by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in 2013, the majority of Americans do not regularly use sunscreen to protect themselves from harmful UV rays. Despite years of public health messages, only about one third of Americans said they use sunscreen regularly. With so many new options available in today’s sunscreen market, there are plenty of eco-friendly choices to choose from these days, so there’s something for everyone—even the most famous bombshell TV lifeguard.
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