“No, it by no means occurred,” he mentioned Monday in an announcement to Yahoo Leisure. “I might by no means do such a factor.”
Quickly afterwards, Anderson gave her personal touch upon the matter to Vanity Fair, insisting that her account is right: “This true story is only one of many surreal and uncomfortable conditions I discovered to navigate. My guide goes into the way it made me really feel over the course of my life and, on this case, my profession. I’ve no in poor health will towards Tim. However like the remainder, it ought to by no means have occurred.”
Anderson appeared on 23 episodes of the ABC sitcom in 1991 and 1992, following her stint as a Playboy mannequin.
“On the primary day of filming, I walked out of my dressing room, and Tim was within the hallway in his gown,” she writes. “He opened his gown and flashed me rapidly — fully bare beneath. He mentioned it was solely honest as a result of he had seen me bare. Now we’re even. I laughed uncomfortably.”
Love, Pamela, would not come out till Jan. 31, however it’s already making headlines, and never simply the story about Allen. For one factor, Anderson writes that Sylvester Stallone supplied her a condominium and a Porsche and requested her to be his No. 1 lady. (Yahoo Leisure has reached out to Stallone for remark.) She, in fact, takes a deep dive into her relationship with Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee, together with her perspective on the discharge of their intercourse tape, which is in stark distinction to the model captured in final 12 months’s Hulu collection Pam and Tommy, which Anderson has openly criticized.
The discharge of Anderson’s guide coincides with a companion Netflix documentary, Pamela, A Love Story.