Pamela Anderson on cooperation with Playboy



Памела Андерсон о сотрудничестве с Playboy

Who would have thought that sexy Pamela Anderson in his youth, he was very shy and didn’t even think that will pose for the most popular adult men’s magazine PlayBoy. Anderson has graced the cover of edition 14 times and was a favorite of the founder of the magazine Hugh Hefner. Remembering the cooperation with PlayBoy, 50-year-old actress admitted that I owe him a lot.

Памела Андерсон о сотрудничестве с Playboy
“As a child I was painfully shy. Playboy gave me confidence and made stronger. It really saved my life… I had the internal clip, which wanted to get rid of. Familiarity with the journal was a breakthrough for me. He gave me a meeting with artists, activists, and gentlemen. I had a fun and wild life,” Anderson said.

At a young age, the star has experienced violence the consequences of which struggled for a long time. Now Pamela refused bright Hollywood life and moved to Europe with his new lover. “Live in Hollywood difficult. It’s not my favorite place but it is associated with the business. If you want to live there, then play by the rules. I am happy that I now live in France. Prefer to expend their energy in other ways,” added the actress.



Recall that the star of the TV series “Baywatch” has recently moved to its boyfren, 32-year-old footballer Adil Rami. As said the actress in an interview with Daily Mail, after the move, her life changed dramatically.

Now Pamela is a regular at football matches (it goes almost all the home games of Olympique de Marseille football club, who plays her lover), and even prepares dinner and goes shopping at the local market.

As she says Anderson, an 18-year difference in a relationship she doesn’t feel. “He calls me “alien.” Says I should be 30 years, not 50, and asks to see my driver’s license,” says the actress.

Meeting with Adil became Pamela is indeed a real salvation. According to the model, she was always afraid of menopause, because her mother at the time extremely difficult to cope with it. When the models appeared, the first signs of menopause (she had become too emotional and sometimes irritable), star of Playboy decided on a radical change in his life and went to France.

“I didn’t know whether to return home. I just wanted to start a new life,” she says. Anderson has managed to open a vegetarian restaurant in Saint-Tropez, launched the production of “vegan champagne”, actively advocates for animal rights (star was shocked with touring circus in France and now calls on mayors to stop it) and even writing a book.