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The worst part about making a sex tape? For Pamela Anderson, it was having to tell her kids about it.

In an interview with British talk show host Jeremy Kyle, the former Baywatch star, 47, said that the 2006 comedy Borat forced her to tell her two young sons about the erotic home video she shot with ex-husband Tommy Lee, which was leaked online in 1998.

"I knew kids were going to watch the film and there was a reference to the tape in the movie and they're that age and, you know, people are going start saying things," she said regarding her appearance in Sasha Baron Cohen's flick.

So, she sat down her sons, Brandon, 12, and Dylan, 11, for the talk.

"I just said, 'Look, Mommy and Daddy were massively in love, we videotaped everything, everything was videotaped, and you’re probably going hear about something at school,'" she recalled.

In the interview, which airs Thursday in the UK, Anderson also discussed how she's "dabbled" in drugs, including cocaine.

"Well, I’ve tried it and I don’t like it," she said. "I'm completely hyper and it actually doesn't work for me."

Other than that, she said she hasn't "had a drink in a month."

"Champagne -- sometimes I’ll drink it and I’ll get a little crazy, doing back flips and, you know, wrestling people on the floor, but I’m taking a break right now," she said. "My friend calls it 'detox so you can retox.'"