Pamela Anderson Says She Has Not Watched Stolen Sex Tape ‘to This Day’: ‘It Was Very Hurtful’

Pamela Anderson says that spilled sex tape with ex Tommy Lee is only “taken property.”

In a review of a forthcoming meeting with CBS Sunday Morning’s Jim Axelrod, Anderson, 55, tended to youth injury, her six relationships, and that sex tape — made with Lee, presently 60, during a 1995 get-away to Lake Mead — as she advances her impending diary Love, Pamela and another Netflix narrative Pamela, a romantic tale.

At the point when asked what she needs individuals to “comprehend” about the notorious tape in the impending meeting, which is set to air on Sunday, she said, “That it was taken property, that it was two insane bare individuals in adoration.” “When it’s all said and done, we were stripped constantly and shooting one another and being senseless, yet those tapes were not implied for any other individual to see,” the entertainer added.

“What’s more, I’ve not seen it right up to the present day,” Anderson said of the video, which was taken from her and Lee’s home, alongside the protected it was held inside, by a disappointed previous representative. “It was exceptionally frightful.” “I was a mother. That saved me,” Anderson said of her two children with Lee: Brandon, presently 26, and Dylan, presently 25.

“You know, in the event that I wasn’t a mother, I don’t think I would’ve made due.”

Somewhere else in the meeting with CBS Sunday Morning, Anderson said she feels “like I’m in a great spot” from her home on Vancouver Island in English Columbia, Canada.

“I feel like I’ve left here, accomplished something insane and returned one piece,” Anderson said in the meeting. “Like I said, I don’t have the foggiest idea what I’m prepared to do.

I actually don’t have the foggiest idea, yet I feel that was the start … the remainder of it, it’s, you know, behind me. I feel like I’m in a great spot.”

In the authority see for Anderson’s Netflix narrative, the star tends to the discussion over the tape and says of her picture, “I want to assume command over the account interestingly.”

“I needed to make a vocation out of the pieces left, however I’m not the maid in trouble,” she says, later adding with a chuckle, “I put myself in insane circumstances … what’s more, endure them.”

Anderson’s meeting with Jim Axelrod for CBS Sunday Morning will air Sunday at 9 a.m. ET on CBS. It will likewise stream on Paramount+. Pamela, a romantic tale debuts Jan. 31 on Netflix.