Pamela Anderson claims Sylvester Stallone once promised to give her a house and a fancy car, but the Hollywood actor has firmly denied the claim. The Baywatch actress, 55, is gearing up for the debut of her upcoming Netflix documentary Pamela, A Love Story, in which she opens up about every facet of her life.
According to Dailymail, Pamela alleges that 76-year-old Sylvester once “offered me a condo and a Porsche to be his number one girl” in the video, which is set to be released on Tuesday. She said she turned him down, adding: “He goes, ‘That’s the best offer you’re gonna get, honey. You’re in Hollywood now. “I wanted to be in love. I didn’t want anything less than that.”
The Rocky actor has denied the allegations, and his representative has stated that the solicitation never happened. “The statement from Pamela Anderson attributed to my client is false and fabricated. “Mr. Stallone confirms that he never made any portion of that statement,” they told The New York Post.
In 1997, Sylvester married Jennifer Flavin. Last year, she filed for divorce from the actor, but they reconciled a month later. Following their reconciliation, Sylvester told The Hollywood Reporter: “Sometimes I put the work ahead of [my family], and that is a tragic mistake which won’t happen again.”
Pamela later dated Tommy Lee, the drummer for Motley Crüe. After knowing one another for only four days, the couple married in 1995 and divorced in 1998. Tommy was jailed for spousal violence after assaulting Pamela during their turbulent marriage and sentenced to six months in the Los Angeles County Jail.
Pamela and Tommy have two kids, Brandon (26), and Dylan (25). Her boys, according to the former beauty model, “encouraged me to tell my story” in her upcoming documentary. She recounts her life, career, and prior loves throughout the film.
Pamela, A Love Story also discusses how her sex video with her ex-husband Tommy Lee was released after she criticized the Disney+ series Pam & Tommy for their depiction of her story. Interviews with Pamela will be included in the film, as well as new images from her collection and comments from her journals.
Ryan White will helm the film, which will be produced by Pamela’s son Brandon Thomas Lee, Jessica Hargrave, and Julia Nottingham. The documentary will be available on Netflix on January 31st, coinciding with the release of her memoir Love, Pamela.