Pamela Anderson Blasts 'Pam and Tommy' Creators, Calls Them 'A**holes'
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Despite condemning the series, which earns 10 Emmy nominations, the 'Baywatch' star appears to have extended an olive branch to Lily James who played her on the series.

AceShowbiz - Pamela Anderson is never going to support "Pam & Tommy". The actress even has a few choice words for the creators behind the Hulu series which tackled her and then-husband Tommy Lee's infamous leaked sex tape.

During an interview for Variety cover story, the Canadian star was asked to describe the people behind the show. "A**holes," she said. "Salt on the wound." She also stressed that they "still owe me a public apology" for creating the series.

Despite condemning the series, which earned 10 Emmy nominations, the "Baywatch" star appeared to have extended an olive branch to Lily James who played her on the series. "I said to Netflix, 'I'd love to invite Lily to the premiere of the movie,' " she revealed, referring to her Netflix documentary "Pamela, a Love Story".

"I think it's hard to play somebody when you don't know the whole picture. I've got nothing against Lily James. I think that she's a beautiful girl and she was just doing the job. But the idea of the whole thing happening was just really crushing for me," she added.

Elsewhere in the interview, Pamela opened up about being sexually harassed when she worked as a swimsuit model. When flying to Hawaii, Pamela shared that she sat next to the photographer who kept putting his hand on her leg.

"He was much older and ruddy, drooly, lecherous," she recounted. "Then he whispered to me that I'd be the only girl, that he chose me … that it would be intimate, no need for hair or makeup people or photography assistants. Just him and me. I was sick to my stomach. I knew it was not good."

As soon as they landed, she told a flight attendant who later hid her in the airline's back office until she could get on a flight back to Los Angeles by herself. "I hope anyone in danger understands they can go to people for help if they are in an unsafe or uncomfortable situation, especially around a lot of people," she said while reflecting on the incident. "You can get to a safe place."

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