Pamela Anderson: ‘Sexting is ruining romance’

26 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee turned down lucrative sex tape offer.

The footage went viral and Anderson reveals late Penthouse magazine founder Bob Guccione made the couple a lucrative offer to legally purchase the tape – but they turned it down in a bid to distance themselves from the scandal.Anderson said she earned“not one dollar” from the1995 recording of her getting extremely frisky with then-husband Tommy Lee on her honeymoon with the Mötley Crüe drummer. Discussing the sex tape controversy on talk show “Watch What Happens Live” on Thursday, she said, “I made not one dollar… Neither of us made anything from it. The steamy video was allegedly stolen by an ex-employee from the couple’s L.A. home shortly after their wedding, and quickly became an internet sensation.

I said, ‘I’m not going to court anymore, I’m not being deposed anymore by these horny, weird lawyer men.’ I don’t want to talk about my vagina anymore.” “(Late Penthouse founder) Bob Guccione offered us millions of dollars. She added that she and Lee were offered “millions of dollars” for the tape, but didn’t take the money because the video was “already out at the time.” Anderson divorced Lee in 1998.

Anderson’s was the first celebrity sex tape to receive massive circulation and prompt wannabe stars like Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian to ‘leak’ their own home movies in order to hit the big time. In 2002, she announced she contracted hepatitis C from the rocker, but hopes to be cured by the disease in November. “I am taking medicine right now, they have come up with a cure,” she said. “I am almost half way through and by November first, I should be cured – a 98%chance.” Anderson, who most recently penned the book “Raw” (with her longtime personal photographer and BFF Emma Dunlavey), attended a book signing Tuesday at an Upper West Side Barnes & Noble that according to Confidenti@lwas poorly attended. “I am taking medicine right now, they have come up with a cure,” she told Cohen. “I am almost half way through and by November first, I should be cured – a 98 per cent chance.” Anderson, who most recently penned the book “Raw” (with her longtime personal photographer and BFF Emma Dunlavey), attended a book signing Tuesday at an Upper West Side Barnes & Noble that according to Confidenti@l was poorly attended. So we said, ‘No way, we’re not getting involved off that.’” Talk about the couple’s sex tape wasn’t the only time Anderson’s former husband came up during the show. Anderson also revealed that ex-husband Tommy Lee, with whom she has two sons, Brandon, 19, and Dylan, 17, was jealous of her Baywatch co-star David Chokachi. “He was a little bit flirtatious … and got in trouble from Tommy,” she said. “They had to change the script. (When) Tommy came to set — he smashed my trailer with his [Ferrari] Testarossa because I kissed David Chokachi.

So we had to pretend that David was gay,” she said. “He still didn’t like it.” (Back in May, Chokachi, 47, exclusively told Us Weekly that kissing Anderson was definitely a perk.

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