Pam Behan, who worked as a nanny for the Kardashian family for five years, tells all about caretaking the kids and dating the family's friend, Sylvester Stallone.
Pam Behan began working as a nanny at the Kardashians' house back in 1991. She spent her five years keeping up with the super rich family. After telling all her experience working with Kris Jenner in book "Malibu Nanny: Adventures of the Former Kardashian Nanny," in an interview, Pam opened up more.
"Kris wants what she wants, when she wants it, which is usually now!" Pam said. She revealed that working with the wife of Bruce Jenner wasn't always easy. She gave example when she forgot to buy broccoli at the grocery store, Kris screamed, "I can't believe you forgot the f**king broccoli!"
"I had mentally started packing my bags -I was going to quit. And all this, over broccoli!" added Pam. The now 41-year-old woman added that it was only one of other incidents that happened because Kris always wanted perfection and had a high standard for everything.
However, working for the mother of Kim Kardashian wasn't always a bad thing either. Pam said Kris gave her a table set that was worth $10,000. "That was the same as an entire year of tuition for me!" Pam continued. "I couldn't believe it."
When she was working as a nanny in the Kardashians' house, Pam said that she even dated the family's friend, Sylvester Stallone. "I watched him arrive from behind a curtain," Pam recalled the first time she met the "Rocky" star. "He was sporting a Hawaiian shirt and some very tight jeans. With his bronzed skin, aviator sunglasses and matchstick in his mouth he looked cool, wealthy and powerful."
The muscular movie star was interested in Pam and asked her out on a date. At that time, Pam told Sylvester that she was scared of dating him. "Sly said, 'Pam, you are being silly. You are beautiful inside and out. You are down to earth and real. And I like that about you,' " Pam recalled.
When Pam had to leave the family in 1996, Khloe Kardashian was the one who wouldn't let her go. "Khloe would always beg me not to leave, saying, 'You're not going to quit, are you?' " Pam said. "I felt like I was leaving my family."