Baywatch actress Pamela Anderson takes charge of sharing her story through a memoir and a Netflix documentary that will be out on January 31, 2023. After her s*x tape with her ex-husband Tommy Lee, was stolen and sold worldwide; she became the focus of the entertainment news in 1995. For her infamous incident, there were a lot of information, rumors, and stories made by others, but now the actress had to do it on her own because her children encouraged her to do so.
She reportedly went through an alarming incident a few years before her 1995 shocker, which left her in another form of trauma during the early years of her career. The actress explained it in her upcoming memoir, Love, Pamela.
Pamela Anderson Reveals Tim Allen Flashed His Privates At Her
Hollywood’s famous actress Pamela Anderson, 55, is set to launch her memoir Love, Pamela and her Netflix documentary Pamela, a love story on January 31, 2023. According to Variety, in one of the excerpts from her new book, she describes in detail the incident when her co-star Tim Allen misbehaved with her during their show Home Improvement.
She wrote an excerpt,
“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.”
Upon explaining the circumstances surrounding the incident, she explained that she was 23 years old when this happened to Anderson on the set of the sitcom Home Improvement back in 1991.
Fans Slammed Tim Allen For His Assaulting Behavior
The Baywatch actress Anderson came forward to tell her story in her own words, and her fans positively supported her. In another incident, fans learned that she was nearly assaulted by her co-star Tim Allen, for which he is facing backlash on social media.
Fans took to Twitter to express their opinions about the Toy Story actor’s wrongdoings. The following are some tweets from fans below:
He 100% did and definitely shouted “to infinity and beyond”
— Liam (@Liamfitzy87) January 23, 2023
probably all the cocaine he used to be on for sure
— TheVideoJukeBox (@MrDJGoodVibes) January 23, 2023
I believe Pamela Anderson.
— Ribelle (@RibelleGP) January 22, 2023
😕 He probably did do that, it seems something likely to happen. Mr Funny Man took advantage of his power. Thought it was funny, perhaps might lead to something 😒 smh #timallen
— Precious Muir (@PreciousMuir) January 23, 2023
Dude's always been trash.
— Dr Bourbonstein (@DrBourbonstein) January 23, 2023
I know right! WTF??? And, I totally believe her. 😩😩Tim Allen was an vss back then. Besides he was how many years out of prison???🤡
— BådGrlCíCí 📝🎬🎧🎼💃🏽🎭✨😷🏥👩🏽⚕️PopLife (@ColumbiaQT) January 23, 2023
When you're so insecure about your manhood, you resort to flashing a woman because she'd never, ever, ask to see it.
— Dullahan (@DullahanPitch) January 23, 2023
The people saying why didn’t she say anything at that time? It was 1991 and she was a new actress who was only known for posing for Playboy… they would have blacklisted her so fast and ripped her apart in the press. So glad she is able to tell all now.
— Stephen🌹🚀 (@luckySGM) January 23, 2023
Between 1991 and 1992, Anderson appeared in 22 episodes of the sitcom series Home Improvement and made one final appearance in 1997 during the show’s sixth season. However, Allen’s infamous history made fans believe Anderson for her claims.
Tim Allen Denies Pamela Anderson’s Claims
At the time of the alleged incident, the Toy Story alum Tim Allen was 37 years old. Now, Allen denied all the allegations made by Anderson in her upcoming memoir Love, Pamela. During his interview with Variety, he said, “No, it never happened. I would never do such a thing.”
Allen’s alleged history, however, somehow connected with his misbehavior and inspired fans to believe Anderson’s claims. Allen was arrested at age 23 for drug possession at Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport in October 1978, when cocaine was found in his luggage. After pleading guilty to two drug trafficking charges and naming other dealers, Allen was sentenced to a reduced period of three to seven years at a federal prison in Minnesota. It was earlier for life imprisonment. However, he was released after two years and four months of the sentence.