Pamela Anderson has opened up about her ex-husband Kid Rock’s alleged unpleasant reaction to her role in borat.
previous Baywatch The star has released a new memoir, which makes various claims about many people from her past, including Tim Allen.
In With love, Pamelawhich is out now, Anderson claims that musician Kid Rock, whose real name is Robert James Ritchie, had no idea she was in the 2006 film, as he wanted her cameo to be a surprise when they see her together at the premiere. .
“I didn’t tell Bob I was in the movie because I wanted to surprise him,” Rolling Stone Anderson reports as written.
According to the 55-year-old actor, who was married to the singer for a year, she “forgot about the part of the scene that referenced her ‘sex tape’ with her former husband, Tommy Lee.
She alleges that this reference did not go down well with Kid Rock, who “walked off in a rage, calling me damn and worse.”
“He was embarrassed and his reaction was not thought through,” Anderson wrote, claiming he left her alone at the premiere.
“I turned around and apologized, then asked if someone could give me a ride home,” he said. She claims that when she got home, Kid Rock was “ripping up a picture on the wall.”
In the film, Borat (Sacha Baron Cohen) is obsessed with Anderson and approaches the actor at a book signing with a “traditional wedding sack” that he is apparently trying to stuff her into against her will. The scene, unlike many others in the film, was staged.
Baron Cohen previously said the daily beast that the scene led to the couple’s divorce,
He claimed that, after asking Anderson what Kid Rock had thought of his appearance, “she replied, ‘He’s getting a divorce.'”
“I was like, ‘Why?’ And she says, ‘The movie.’ And I thought it was a joke.”
the independent has contacted Kid Rock for comment.
Anderson, who has been married six times, has opened up about her past relationships while promoting the new book.
She explained her decision to marry so many times, referring to each of them as failed attempts to “recreate a family” for her two children.
Anderson suggested that most of her exes “treated her badly,” saying The times: “I would not allow anyone to abuse me either and I did not want my children to think it was okay. And that was always my red line.”
However, she named Playboy editor Hugh Hefner as the only man she believes treated her with “complete and utter respect.”
Following Hefner’s death in 2017, Anderson paid tribute to him, calling him his “friend and mentor.”
It was at Hefner’s Playboy mansion in the 1980s that Anderson met film producer Jon Peters, whom she married for just 12 days in 2008.
Despite their brief romance, Peters recently revealed that he has left her an incredible sum in his will.
With love, Pamela is now available, as is the Netflix documentary Pamela, a love story. Meet the independents Documentary review here.
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