Pamela Anderson says memoir ‘must have exactly my voice’
Pamela Anderson has said her upcoming memoir “must have exactly my voice” after her “unforgivable” portrayal of her life story in a mini-series released last year. .
The 55-year-old Canadian model and actress, who is best known as the star of the hit ’90s TV series Baywatch, will release her autobiography titled Love, Pamela, later this month.
In an interview with The Sunday Times Magazine, Anderson revealed that she had full control over the memoir and refused to let her publishers enlist the help of a ghost writer.
“It has to be in my own voice,” she said.
“If they tried to put even one word in there, change a punctuation mark, I would explode, my head spinning.”
She added: “Oh my God, it was impressive. Because I’m opening… It’s not just a deep box, it’s like the rage I’ve had since a kid.
“I am opening all the things that I have pushed down. And it’s amazing that I do that because it even shows me, ‘Oh, that’s why I’m who I am’.
Anderson’s book and upcoming Netflix documentary, Pamela, A Love Story, follow her fierce opposition to Hulu’s Pam & Tommy short series, which was released on Disney+ in the UK on February last year.
The film, which stars Lily James as Anderson and Sebastian Stan as her ex-husband, Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee, chronicles the couple’s whirlwind romance and their infamous sex tape being hacked. leaked on the internet in 1997 after it was stolen from their home.
Speaking of the Hulu series, Anderson said, “I haven’t heard anything good about it.”
According to The Sunday Times, Anderson writes in her memoir: “It is inexcusable to this day that people still think they could profit from such a terrible experience, let alone one. crime.”
Despite her criticism, Anderson has previously said she doesn’t blame James, 33, for her participation in Pam & Tommy, which was nominated for an Emmy and a Globe. gold, including nominations for best actor and actress.
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Reflecting on the content of her autobiography, Anderson also admitted that her mother, Carol Anderson, was unhappy with some of the information she chose to include.
“She said horrible things. So it’s going to be hard for her to get that out there,” Anderson said of her mother.
“I didn’t get into this to hurt anyone’s feelings. She usually only cares about her hair and I say, ‘Mom, I talked about your hair in great detail!’, but none of this is going to be easy for her.
“So this is our big year, our fighting year, and I’m pretty curious to see how it all plays out. I hope we can be closer.”
You can read the full interview with Pamela Anderson in The Sunday Times Magazine.
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