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Despite being 50 years old, Pamela Anderson is still very much one of the world's most recognized sex symbols. Having risen to fame from both her role on Baywatch and as Playmate of the Month for Playboy magazine in February of 1990, Pamela has been a staple in Hollywood for decades. With that, one can assume that Anderson has seen and lived a whole lot of life, right? Well, as it turns out, she's lived more than we could have ever possibly imagined and that especially includes her Playboy mansion days.
As detailed in a recent interview for Piers Morgan's Life Stories, Anderson gets straight up (and dirty) about what really went down during those infamous Playboy Mansion parties. From Hugh Hefner's wild sexcapades to being hit on by A-listers, nobody has had a life quite like Miss Pamela Anderson. She detailed, on Hef's disappearance to the upstairs bedroom, "Seven girls, one at a time with Hef. I stood at the end of the bed watching them and then I realized they were watching me. I thought, ‘This is not a movie. I need to leave.'"
If you think that's outlandish, Anderson also revealed that there were, "Big TV screens with crazy things going on with him and the girls and baby oil." Despite these anecdotes, Anderson has always maintained that Hefner was, "a true gentleman and he was charming. He loved women and he empowered women. He was very forward-thinking and created his own life. Nobody could copy him. It was nothing salacious. I thought it was very innocent.”
While Pamela insists Hugh Hefner was a decent man, she told Piers Morgan some other stories about famous Hollywood men who were a little less than subtle in their pursuits. Anderson explains that Sylvester Stallone once offered her a condo, a Porsche and to be his "number one girl". She wasn't interested and declined. You go, Pamela! Nothing wrong with being a strong, independent lady — no matter how famous your potential suitor may be.
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