Pam Anderson: Weinstein attacks were 'common knowledge'

Pam Anderson: Weinstein attacks were 'common knowledge'

Pam Anderson: Weinstein attacks were 'common knowledge'

Referencing Anderson's reported relationship with French athlete Adil Rami, Kelly continued, "She's also dating a soccer player, over there in France, and I said (to Pamela), 'Well, are you gonna marry Julian?"

Pamela Anderson is doubling down on comments made to Megyn Kelly about Harvey Weinstein's accusers knowing what they were getting into when they went to his hotel room alone. and says she won't apologize.

"It was normal learning that specific makers or certain individuals in Hollywood are individuals to keep away from, secretly", said Anderson to Kelly.

She said: 'Don't go into a hotel room alone. Don't go to the private audition that your agent set up for you and is threatening to drop you over if you don't! If someone answers a door in a bathrobe, leave. She said that about going "into a hotel room alone" with "certain producers and certain people in Hollywood". I don't know where this security comes from, but somehow I dodged it all'. Yesterday, the actress and animal rights advocate made some surprising comments about the women who have come forward with sexual assault allegations against infamous studio executive Harvey Weinstein.

"As a victim (of sexual abuse) herself, the last thing she'd do is blame the victim", Gurrola tells WENN. My position is not "problematic" because I don't fall in line with the common herd or trend. I'm a romantic and it didn't appeal to me.' Anderson has spoken in the past of how she was sexually abused as a child. "What's the story?' and she said, 'Well, my aunt says no one man can satisfy you, that no one man has it all, and I'm starting to think she's right'".

Anderson previously spoke about her own confrontation with Weinstein, saying: "He told me I'd never work in this town again, because I refused to work with a dog. This whole thing. I was like, never in my life have I been talked to that way".

Anderson told TMZ that perpetrators of sexual misconduct need to be punished, but noted women need the "ability of self-protection". We have the power to be safe and free by using common sense. "That's not a good excuse".

'I think it was common knowledge.

In the second part of her interview with Kelly, she described her friendship with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and described him as "smart, amusing and brilliant". I just don't agree with it all. "I just naively said, 'Well there must be a number two then, so I'm not interested, '" she said. I have confidence in adoration and duty and good judgment.

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