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A few days ago, the actress Pamela Anderson surprised the public with an unexpected video in which he shared the news of the release of a documentary he produced with Netflix, “Pamela, A Love Story” (Pamela, a Love Story in English), with which he promises to tell the true story behind his controversial life in front of the reflectors.
However, that was not the only detail that drew attention within the audiovisual. And it is that in addition to collecting some images of the crucial moments in his career, She was more real than ever from her home and with a face completely free of makeup.
Her blue-eyed gaze, characteristic blonde hair and prominent lips are not the only thing that today’s Pamela Anderson shares with her younger version, but also the fierceness and conviction to defend her truth.
Within the comments section under her publication, those fans who filled her with compliments for staying as beautiful as ever, as well as users who applauded her decision to take charge of her life and tell “her truth” could not be missing.
“I am so happy and proud of you”, “She was a star and they ruined her career simply because of her beauty”, “You deserved much better” and “Beautiful then and even more beautiful today” are some of the comments that are read on the net.
We cannot forget that over the past year her name has once again sounded strongly in the media after the series “Pam & Tommy”, which deals with her famous forbidden video with her ex-husband, Tommy Lee, who was one of the founders. from the rock band Mötley Crüe.
AND, According to Entertainment Tonight, the series was “very painful” for her and her close circle, as she felt “violent” with the way in which the events were recounted and recreated.
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