Pamela Anderson says becoming a mother is her media frenzy and a tribute to her and Tommy Lee’s stolen honeymoon tape An integral part of surviving the backlash.
On her upcoming CBS Sunday Morning, Anderson spoke about the impact of that period on her life. Asked what she wanted people to know about the tapes, Anderson emphasized that the tapes were “stolen property” and were never intended to be made public.
“It’s two crazy naked people in love,” she said. “We’ve been naked all the time and filmed each other, it’s silly, but those tapes aren’t for other people to see.”
She added that those private people were made public without her consent. The moment was very “hurtful” and she “hasn’t seen [the tape] to this day.”
What helped the actress and writer get through that frenzy and continue Following her fallout, her career focused on her and Lee’s son. “I’m a mother. This saved me,” she said. “You know, I don’t think I’d survive if I wasn’t a mother.”
Anderson is also expected to discuss why she moved back to Vancouver Island from Hollywood. “I feel like I left here, did some crazy stuff, and came back,” Anderson said. “I said, I don’t know what I can do. I still don’t know, but I think that’s the beginning…all the rest, it’s behind me. I feel like I’m in a really good place.”
Anderson is also expected to discuss the stolen honeymoon tapes in the upcoming Netflix doc and her memoir Love, Pamela, all in January 31.
In the trailer for Pamela, a love story In a video released earlier this week, the actress expressed her desire to “control the narrative for the first time”.
“I blocked that stolen tape from my life to survive, and now it’s reappearing, I’m sick,” she said, while appearing to be talking about How the Tape Reappeared – Enters the discussion after Hulu’s limited series Pam & Tommy .
Director Ryan White previously shared that this documentary will cover Anderson’s response to the series, her Learned that this is what happened when the docs were photographed.
“No one knows the truth – even if I don’t know the percentage of what happened 31, but I Thinking that the most important thing is to share my feelings with the person, how much it hurt me, and how it undeniably defines me moving forward — in my career and in my relationships,” Anderson said of her decision to said while touching the tape in her Netflix doc.
Anderson’s full interview on CBS Sunday Mornings airs Jan. 9:00AM ET .