Pam Anderson Wrote a Blog Post on Her Feelings About Julian Assange

Nonetheless, he and Anderson have struck up an unlikely friendship - she was spotted in October 2016 carrying a vegan hamper into the embassy, followed by numerous Pret A Manger deliveries.

However, she was open to the idea of pursuing something more with Assange as they have become really close of late.

"Julian is a human being who is extremely empathetic and cares deeply about the world".

"Let's see what happens when he's free", she said, according to Reuters.

This exploration of modern dating turns into a slight teaser for her upcoming book (which she describes as being "about sensuality - a sexy kindness") before she then steers the conversation toward Julian Assange.

The pair have been connected since Anderson visited Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London in October of a year ago.

She said: 'It's a lot less fun and such a shame - and sends mixed signals - Maybe this is how we deal with over-population?

Delving into her own feelings, Pamela added: "Julian is trying to free the world by educating it".

Julian Assange has been staying at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he often gets visits from Pamela Anderson (Photo: W8 Media / Splash News). "He is the strongest person I know - but, living as he is, is very unhealthy, demeaning and inhumane", she continued in her blog post.

Assange has been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2014 as he risks extradition to Sweden over charges of sexual assault, which he has explicitly denied.

On March 9, Anderson penned a more personal poem about Assange, titled "My Julian", which also addresses his rape allegations.

"I am getting more involved with The Courage foundation who helps to defend whistleblowers Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning and Julian Assange", she wrote on Thursday. She also released a statement in December calling him a "hero." It is worth mentioning that it seems Ms Anderson won't be closing any doors for Mr Assange and may even welcome a romantic relationship in the future. Anderson was undeterred, visiting him again in November and a number of times since then.

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