It's just gotten even crazier. Pamela Anderson has filed for a restraining order against estranged husband Rick Salomon, TMZ reports. Adding to the drama, in bombshell court documents, Salomon is alleging that the Baywatch actress is a "serial baby killer."
Anderson included emails that Salomon allegedly sent claiming that she's had a number of abortions during their marriage. "I did not no (sic) she was a serial baby killer to her husbands...she should be locked up," one read. He then claims that Anderson begged him to get her pregnant when they were married the first time, but then she terminated the pregnancy.
Anderson, 47, also included a text from Salomon, that read: "You never disclosed to me that you (redacted) a baby when you were married to kid rock. I heard you begged him to get pregnant with him too. I also heard it might have also been twice with him." (Anderson was married to Kid Rock from August 2006 to February 2007.)
The back-and-forth gets more disturbing. Anderson claims that Salomon spit in her face, and tried to strangle her and smother her with a pillow during sex back in January. In addition, she claims that he has snapped at her with vulgar insults such as "ugly old bitch" and "crack whore."
Salomon, 47, has filed for an annulment and is claiming fraud. In another of Anderson's emails, Salomon says she cooks pork for her sons even though he's had a pet pig for 10 years. Anderson, who has been a longtime PETA advocate, also stinks up the house when she eats fish and shrimp, he claims.
Us Weekly confirmed in February that Anderson had filed for divorce from Salomon for the third time. The pair first married back in October 2007, but annulled the marriage two months later. They wed again in January 2014, but Anderson filed for divorce on July 3, 2014. They reconciled soon after.
Anderson shares sons Brandon, 18, and Dylan, 17, with her first ex-husband Tommy Lee, whom she was married to from 1995 to 1998. Earlier this week, the star brought Brandon as her date to the L.A. premiere of The Gunman.