She's kidding, right? Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee's infamous sex tape has been viewed by millions — but not by the actress herself. The Baywatch alum opened up about the past during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live on Thursday, Sept. 24.
"I've never seen it. I made not one dollar. It was stolen property," Anderson, 48, told host Andy Cohen. "We made a deal to stop all the shenanigans."
Anderson and the Motley Crue drummer, 52, made a honeymoon sex tape, which was stolen from their home in 1995. On WWHL, Anderson revealed that she finally left the sex tape scandal in the past when she was pregnant with their second child. (The pair share sons Brandon, 19, and Dylan, 17.)
"I was seven months pregnant with Dylan and thinking it was affecting the pregnancy with the stress and said, 'I'm not going to court anymore. I'm not being deposed anymore by these horny, weird lawyer men,'" she said. "I don't want to talk about my vagina anymore or my public sex — anything."
Still, she doesn't mind talking about Lee's, ahem, large privates. When asked if he's the biggest she's ever seen, she quipped: "No! I think I have good karma or something."
Anderson and Lee ended their tumultuous marriage in 1998, but remain amicable. That wasn't always the case during their relationship though. On Thursday night, Anderson also joked about how jealous Lee was of her Baywatch costar David Chokachi. Their characters C.J. Parker and Cody Madison had a fling on the show.
"He was a little bit flirtatious… and got in trouble from Tommy," she said. "They had to change the script. [When] Tommy came to set — he smashed my trailer with his [Ferrari] Testarossa because I kissed David Chokachi. So we had to pretend that David was gay," she said. "He still didn't like it." (Back in May, Chokachi, 47, exclusively told Us Weekly that kissing Anderson was definitely a perk. He joked: "I'm always like, 'Damn, that was a good job!'")
Anderson also gave an update on her health. Anderson, who was diagnosed with Hepatitis C in 2002, says she may be free of the illness by November. "I am taking medicine right now, they have come up with a cure," she explained. "I should be cured — a 98 percent chance."
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