Pamela slams ex Jon Peters’ claim he paid her $200G debt

Pamela Anderson is speaking out after her former husband Jon Peters claimed he paid off her debt during their 12-day marriage.

Peters, 74, claimed in an email to Page Six on Monday that he “dropped everything” for Anderson, 52, including hundreds of thousands of dollars. But Anderson’s team is claiming it never happened.

“These claims are not only entirely fabricated, they are ludicrous,” a rep for Anderson said to Fox News on Tuesday. “Despite Mr. Peters’ scurrilous and ongoing efforts to elicit a response from Ms. Anderson, she has no comment to provide and hopes he is well.”

The “Baywatch” icon shocked fans last month when she revealed on Instagram she had tied the knot to Peters, her fifth husband, in a secret ceremony in Malibu, Calif. However, the duo split just 12 days later amid reports they never obtained a legal marriage license.

“She had almost $200,000 in bills and no way to pay it so I paid it and this is the thanks I get,” Peters claimed in his email to Page Six.

After their split, a source told the outlet that Anderson had made a “terrible mistake” and found Peters to be “too controlling” to stay with. In his email, Peters referred to the actress’ claims as “lies.”

“There’s no fool like an old fool,” he continued.

In a statement to Fox News last month, Anderson explained the two put a delay on their marriage license.

“I have been moved by the warm reception to Jon and my union. We would be very grateful for your support as we take some time apart to reevaluate what we want from life and from one another,” Anderson said via her rep.

“Life is a journey and love is a process,” she said. “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,” she added.

At the time of their split, a source close to the couple told Fox News that their living situation is what caused a rift in their short-lived union.

“She’s known Jon forever, but she never lived with him, contrary to some reports. And until you live with someone… Well, let’s just say Pamela asked for a break. She is heading back to her compound in Ladysmith, Canada, to be with her family,” said the source.

Anderson and Peters were both married four times previously, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Anderson was formerly married to Tommy Lee, Kid Rock and twice to Rick Saloman.

Peters had a 12-year affair with Barbra Streisand. The film veteran produced the 1976 version of “A Star is Born” that starred Streisand; he also produced the 2018 remake that featured Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga.

source: Fox News

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Jon Peters says he paid Pamela Anderson’s debts before marriage went bust

Hollywood producer Jon Peters claimed Monday that his 12-day marriage to Pamela Anderson went bust after he paid off some of the “broke’’ actress’s debts — adding, “There’s no fool like an old fool.”

The former hairstylist-to-the-stars, 74, took umbrage at a source telling Page Six last week that he asked her to marry him on a whim — but that within a day and a half, she realized she had “made a terrible mistake’’ and that Peters was “too controlling.’’

Peters, who produced the 2018 hit remake “A Star is Born’’ featuring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, wrote in an e-mail, “Everything they told you was a lie’’ — including even that he asked Anderson to marry him.

He said Anderson, 52, proposed to him in a text.

“Needless to say that when she texted me that she wanted to get married, it was kind of a dream come true even though I was engaged to someone else and the lady was moving in,’’ Peters wrote.

“I dropped everything for Pam. She had almost $200,000 in bills and no way to pay it so I paid it and this is the thanks I get. There’s no fool like an old fool.’’

The pair had secretly tied the knot in a Malibu ceremony Jan. 20.

Peters — who went from to celebrity hairdresser to leading Hollywood producer, including of “Batman” in 1989 — and Anderson of TV’s “Baywatch” fame had dated nearly 30 years ago.

Then they announced Feb. 1 that they were splitting.

A source previously said Anderson felt she had foolishly jumped into the marriage because her heart was “too open’’ from a recent “spiritual cleanse’’ in India.

But Peters implied that he told Anderson they were over in a text.

Peters said, “There’s a lot more to the story but I think the text … is self explanatory’’ — attaching a copy of what he wrote “dear pammy’’ to tell her they were through.

“these past 9 days have been a beautiful amazing love fest,’’ he texted the actress. But “this whole marriage thing with lawyers, debt, and jazmin [sic] has scared me. it made me realize that at 74 i need a simple quiet life and not an international love affair.”

Jazmin refers to what the Miami Herald has called a “new, racy lifestyle website.’’ Peters claimed that it borders on porn and said Anderson has been getting her money from it for the past year.

Videos posted to the site Monday covered a variety of topics from skin care to diet to exercising.

“Since I have worked my whole life to try to make something for myself, that was very concerning to me,’’ he said of Anderson’s ties to the site.

In his text to Anderson, he added, “i thought building an empire together would be fun but i was wrong.

“i am a simple guy who loves my kids. i don’t want to fly back and forth to canada. as beautiful as that place is i don’t like traveling. i’m sorry,’’ he told Anderson, who is from Canada.

“i still want you to be in my movie. … this will be an amazing breakthrough for you,’’ Peters texted, referring to his upcoming movie, “Private Dancer.’’ “I can love you by giving you a new career. we need a couple weeks to detune then we can talk. i love you. jp
“ps-i have built a financial empire over the last 50 years that i’ve left all to my kids. it’s something that is very private and personal to me,’’ he added.

“the thought of lawyers going through my business makes me want to throw up.

“i need a break. some time to think. i do love you. but i don’t know how people get together when there’s so much energy around the couple.’’

As for the source who claimed Anderson considered Peters “controlling,’’ the producer said, “I welcomed her into my life with open arms and love since I have looked after her for many years.

“If she meant controlling- I’ve paid … [her] bills since she was broke. I bought her a completely new wardrobe.

“I didn’t want to say anything just wanted it to be that we were going our own separate ways but when I read your article I felt the need to tell the true story.”

A representative for Anderson fired back to The Post, “These claims are not only entirely fabricated, they are ludicrous.

“Despite Mr. Peters’ efforts to elicit a response from Ms. Anderson, she has no comment to provide and wishes him well.”

source: Page Six

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Pamela’s 12-day marriage to Jon Peters was supposed be lunch

The two most consistent things in Pamela Anderson’s life, outside of environmental and animal activism, are marriage (she’s had five) and the ability to surprise.

In 1995, the actress married Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee 96 hours after she met him. After a notorious sex tape and two kids, they were divorced three years later. That freed her up to wed Kid Rock (2006-2007), followed up by two broken unions to the same man, party-boy poker player Rick Salomon (2007-2008; 2014-2015).

And on Jan. 20, the 52-year-old stunned the world when, out of the blue, she married film producer Jon Peters, 74.

Even more shocking: the announcement 12 days later that the “marriage” — which took place at a secret ceremony in Malibu, California, that included her sons, Dylan Lee, 22, and Brandon Thomas Lee, 23 — was over.

“Pamela had just spent a month in India on an Ayurvedic cleanse, to start the new decade off fresh. She was doing constant meditation and yoga. She came back very open,” said a source close to the couple. “Jon has pursued her for 30 years. They were texting while she was in India and agreed they’d have lunch.”

But Anderson doesn’t operate at the speed of most people.

“The day she returned, Jon invited family and friends [over for lunch] and proposed to her. He had a friend ‘officiate.’ Essentially, it was a sweet ceremony, but ultimately, [no license] was filed,” the close source said.

Almost immediately after joining Peters in Malibu, Anderson had regrets.

“She was homesick for her ranch in Canada. It’s a sprawling waterfront compound in Ladysmith, British Columbia,” said the close source.

And then there was the matter of being her own woman.

“It was important to Pamela she stay independent, financially speaking. But Jon’s as controlling as he’s creative, and he did not respond well to her autonomy,” said the close source.

“Pamela respected him,” the close source added. “He treated her like a princess. She felt she was ready to be married. It all felt right. Maybe even a sign, a gift from God after her monthlong cleanse. She was vulnerable, and she accepted his proposal. It was only supposed to be lunch.”

Anderson, who grew up in British Columbia, shot to fame as a Playboy Playmate in 1990, followed by a recurring role on the sitcom “Home Improvement” that often found her dressed in Daisy Duke cut-offs. Her next character’s costume was even skimpier — and more iconic: that red tank-style swimsuit she wore on “Baywatch” from 1992 to 1997.

But she quickly became as famous for her relationships as her career, linked to a litany of Hollywood men: actor Scott Baio, “Real World” cast member Eric Nies, “Baywatch” co-star David Charvet, “Lois & Clark” star Dean Cain, Poison rocker Bret Michaels, model Marcus Schenkenberg and surfer Kelly Slater, to name a few of the guys she didn’t actually marry.

She also reportedly dated Peters — who has producer credits on such blockbusters as “Rain Man,” “Flashdance” and “Caddyshack” — in the ’80s, although an insider says that relationship was not as it’s been portrayed. In January, Peters had told The Hollywood Reporter that he and Pam lived together 30 years ago.

“Some of these stories are not wholly accurate,” said the insider. “Jon has a penchant for hyperbole. For a few months, she lived in a spare house he had in LA Eventually, things got uncomfortable and she left. They stayed friends.”

So much so, Peters came to Anderson’s rescue when she and Tommy Lee split following a brawl in which, Lee wrote in the 2001 biography “The Dirt,” he kicked her in the rear and called her a “f–king bitch.” (Lee pleaded no contest to felony spousal battery and was sentenced to six months in prison. The couple reportedly, reunited and split two more times.)

“When Pamela and Tommy broke up [the first time], Jon had offered help,” said the insider. “He hid Pamela — along with her sons and both her parents — on his ranch in Aspen.”

And Peters allegedly never lost his longing for Anderson.

“He never ever gave up on Pam and I’m not sure he has now. He will try to woo her back,” said a friend of the producer. “It won’t work. But he won’t stop trying. Every woman he’s ever been with looks a lot like her.”

The close source agrees that a reconciliation is out of the question: “Pamela dodged a bullet. She was very uncomfortable after finding out certain things. I can tell you she didn’t like learning of his sexual harassment allegations and subsequent payouts.”

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