Former Hollywood vixen Pamela Anderson has been on a tear lately.
She is accusing male stars of all sorts of sexual misconduct, something the star of “Pam and Tommy Lee’s sex tape” knows all about.
But one accused, Tim Allen, is fighting back against Pamela Anderson’s “weird memory.”
Pamela Anderson has had a long and somewhat troubled career.
Anderson appeared on her first Playboy magazine cover in the October 1989 issue, and that’s where her modeling career began.
She continued to appear on covers for 22 years and has appeared on more Playboy covers than anyone else.
Pamela, a love story
Anderson starred in a few B-list movies, the TV show Baywatch, as well as a leaked sex tape featuring Anderson and her then-husband Tommy Lee of the band Motley Crue.
She also appeared on the TV show Home Improvement starring Tim Allen.
Now, Anderson is in the news again.
She has a new Netflix documentary, Pamela, a love story, that began streaming January 31.
The film portrays her life from a small-town girl to the heights she reached in her career.
According to Netflix, the documentary will also focus on Pamela’s journey to motherhood, her activism, and more.
There is no comment on whether it will spend time on her much talked about and widely circulated sex tape.
Anderson has also recently penned her memoirs in which she makes a number of shocking accusations against actors and others she’s worked with.
One of those is Tim Allen, who was the target of two Anderson accusations.
Disappointed in her . . . memory
But the comic actor and well-known conservative Allen isn’t taking her charges lying down.
Allen has once again responded to allegations by Anderson that he flashed her more on the set of Home Improvement more than 30 years ago.
And according to Allen, he, and executives at ABC/Disney are “disappointed” in her, saying that she has a poor memory.
“She was a great co-worker, I’ll tell you that. She’s a fun girl. Everybody loved her, but everybody at ABC is a little disappointed in her . . . memory, put it that way,” Allen said.
“All of us at Disney/ABC, really,” Allen continued.
When Allen was asked if his memory is good, he responded, “Yeah.”
In effect, then, Allen is accusing Anderson of misremembering something that he says never happened.
“No, it never happened”
In fact, after the allegation first surfaced, Allen denied that it ever happened.
The alleged incident, which Anderson revealed in her recently released memoir, supposedly happened in 1991 before the taping of the Home Improvement pilot episode.
Prior to the taping, Anderson alleged that Allen flashed her.
As she wrote in her book:
“On the first day of filming, I walked out of my dressing room, and Tim was in the hallway in his robe. He opened his robe and flashed me quickly — completely naked underneath. He said it was only fair, because he had seen me naked. Now we’re even. I laughed uncomfortably.”
“No, it never happened. I would never do such a thing,” Allen told Variety.
His denial did not stop Anderson from doubling down on her accusations.
“This true story is just one of many surreal and uncomfortable situations I learned to navigate,” Anderson said in a statement. “My book goes into how it made me feel over the course of my life and, in this case, my career. I have no ill will toward Tim. But like the rest, it should never have happened.”
Anderson has also made accusations against Sylvester Stallone, which he too has denied.
At this point no one is certain whether any of it is real, or if the once famous starlet was just trying to sell books.
For Allen, Anderson is simply a “good girl” with a “weird memory.”
Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.