Pamela Anderson Poses Completely Nude for Flaunt, Reveals Why She Locks Baywatch Swimsuit in Safe

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Pamela Anderson posed completely nude for Flaunt magazine -- see the NSFW pics David LaChapelle

Pamela Anderson’s still got it. The 48-year-old former Baywatch star posed completely nude for Flaunt magazine's CALIFUK issue, baring her body in just yellow pumps and purple body glitter.

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Pamela Anderson bares her bod for David LaChapelle for Flaunt magazine David LaChapelle

Anderson, who has posed nude a bevy of times, is most famous for covering her assets in a teeny red swimsuit on the iconic NBC series, which ran from 1989 to 2001. The actress left the show in 1997 in Season 7.

The mom to sons Brandon, 19, and Dylan, 17, with ex-husband Tommy Lee, told the magazine that nowadays she keeps her red swimsuit locked in a safe. That’s because in 2001, a homeless woman broke into her home and put on her iconic one-piece.

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Pamela Anderson shows off her toned physique while posing for Flaunt magazine. David LaChapelle

Anderson explained that before the woman was discovered, she felt she was “going crazy” when items kept going missing inside her Malibu, Calf., home.

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Pamela Anderson for Flaunt magazine shot by David LaChapelle David LaChapelle

“A homeless person went into my home and was living in my guest house with my Baywatch bathing suit on, slicing her wrists. She had a letter that said, ‘I’m not a lesbian, I just want to touch you.’ She got my bathing suit out of my room, I was there alone with two babies and I remember seeing a face in a window — isn’t it the scariest thing you can think of? You walk up to a dark window and you’re like [gasps]! I called security who couldn’t find her, and then she was in my house,” Anderson recalled. "Things kept going missing, ‘Where’s that loaf of bread? Where’s my jean jacket?,' and I’d be like, ‘Am I going crazy?’ She was there for three or four days.” 

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Pamela Anderson poses for Flaunt magazine's CALIFUK issue. David LaChapelle

“It’s in my safe,” she explained of her treasured garment. “I got one stolen when that [homeless] woman put it on, and when the police officer arrested her, they asked me if I wanted it back, and I said ‘No, no you can keep it.’”

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